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hb at maths.lth.se
Tue Mar 4 02:37:03 CET 2003
It might depend what package you are using, but in general you can save
data in data frames and matrices to file by using write.table(). It is
common to save it as a tab-delimited file so if your data is stored in a
data frame called 'df' you want to do something like
write.table(df, file="myresults.dat", sep="\t", quote=FALSE)
The file myresults.dat can then be read by Excel and friends. For more
information see help(write.table).
Also, please use a subject when writing to r-help.
Hope this helps!
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:r-help-admin at stat.math.ethz.ch] On Behalf Of Steve Moore
> Sent: den 3 mars 2003 23:12
> To: r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch
> Subject: [R] (no subject)
> Dear Everyone,
> I am a novel user of the R package (less than a week). I am
> using the
> package to analyse some microarray data. I have successfully
> imported the
> data, and manipulated it, resulting in additional columns of
> data. However,
> I now want to extract all this new information from R for use
> outside the
> package. Can anyone tell me of any commands that would allow me to
> accomplish this?
> Many thanks in advance
> Stephen Moore.
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