[R] using data() in an example
Peter Dalgaard BSA
p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Mon Mar 3 10:29:02 CET 2003
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk writes:
> ?data says
> 4. files ending `.csv' are read using `read.table(..., header
> = TRUE, sep = ";")', and also result in a data frame.
> That may well be found first, so you need to rename bailey.csv.
> You don't tell us your OS, but it looks like Windows where sorts often
> have c before R in the default locale:
Yikes! Thanks for pointing this out, Brian.
I think we should consider it a bug(-let) and change data() to ensure
that .R files are found before any other extensions, exactly because
of this sort of application.
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