[R] get and save
murdoch.duncan at gmail.com
Fri Sep 9 12:09:34 CEST 2011
On 11-09-09 6:01 AM, Ivan Calandra wrote:
> Why don't you just save tmp?
> save(tmp, file = paste(name, "rda", sep = "."))
> I don't think it makes much difference, at least not with your example.
> Or does it?
That saves it with the name "tmp", not "d2" as Göran wanted.
> Le 9/9/2011 11:55, Göran Broström a écrit :
>> I have a data frame 'tmp' and a vector 'name' containing 'd2'.
>> I want to save 'tmp' under the name hidden in 'name', and the file must have
>> the same name, plus the extension '.rda'.
>> So I try
>> x y
>> 1 1 3
>> 2 2 4
>>  "d2"
>>> assign(name, tmp)
>> x y
>> Min. :1.00 Min. :3.00
>> 1st Qu.:1.25 1st Qu.:3.25
>> Median :1.50 Median :3.50
>> Mean :1.50 Mean :3.50
>> 3rd Qu.:1.75 3rd Qu.:3.75
>> Max. :2.00 Max. :4.00
>>> save(get(name), file = paste(name, "rda", sep = "."))
>> Error in save(get(name), file = paste(name, "rda", sep = ".")) :
>> object â€˜get(name)â€™ not found
>> I can't figure out where I 'get' it wrong.
>> In real life I have a bunch of text files named like 'd1.txt', ...,
>> I want to convert all of them to R data files, with one data frame in each
>> named d1, ..., d100.
>> Any suggestion is much appreciated!
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