[R] Importing Big data to R
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Wed Jul 12 13:33:38 CEST 2017
> On 12 Jul 2017, at 08:44 , Mangalani Peter Makananisa <pmakananisa at sars.gov.za> wrote:
> Dear R-Gurus,
> I am trying to read in data with 24,349,113 rows to R-3.3.3 (64 bit) and have used the library "data.table" and It managed to read 23,347,070 rows and the remainder was 2,043 rows only.
I make that 1002043 rows... (typo?). One possibility is that you are skipping lines because of something like quote characters in data or some input lines being one field short. You might also simply be running out of memory.
1) data.table is a contributed package. Its maintainer may be a better point of contact.
2) if you hope to get advice from the R community at large, it would be useful to tell us what you did, what kind of data you try to read using which command, etc. And, as Jim Holtman already said: error messages, if any.
> Could you please advise me as to which library/R-commands is suitable to read the full data in to R?
> Kind regards,
> Mangalani Peter Makananisa (5786)
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