[R] R ioanalysis pkg
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Wed Nov 11 03:06:42 CET 2020
On 11/10/20 5:08 PM, Bert Gunter wrote:
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> Bert Gunter
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On Tue, Nov 10, 2020 at 4:55 PM Gaspar Núñez <nurogaleo using gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hope you are doing well, I´m trying to start working
>> with ioanalysis package, however its being difficult for me
>> to prepare data from my own input-output table,
>> import it into R in order to apply the ioanalysis functions
>> Any help on this will be highly appreciated.
>> Please note that I do not need links to the ioanalysis manual
>> nor to pages describing the package and its functions,
>> but something like a tutorial or worked example on
>> how to prepare data from the input-output table
>> import data into R, so that after that i can work with ioanalysis
>> Thank you very much in advance
>> Gaspar Núñez
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