[R] here Package

Jeff Reichman re|chm@nj @end|ng |rom @bcg|ob@|@net
Mon Oct 18 01:08:16 CEST 2021



Thank you so much. That was an easy fix. 


I you have some time I’d like some more info on the close function close(con)




From: Andrew Simmons <akwsimmo using gmail.com> 
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Subject: Re: [R] here Package


You've just got the brackets in the wrong spot:



creditsub <- read.csv(unz(here::here("Data.zip"), "creditcardsub.csv")) 


instead of


creditsub <- read.csv(unz(here::here("Data.zip", "creditcardsub.csv"))) 



Also, you probably want to save that connection and close it manually.



creditsub <- read.csv(con <- unz(here::here("Data.zip"), "creditcardsub.csv")) ; close(con)



I hope this helps! 


On Sun, Oct 17, 2021 at 4:23 PM Jeff Reichman <reichmanj using sbcglobal.net <mailto:reichmanj using sbcglobal.net> > wrote:


I have a R project that contains an R Notebook and I am trying to use the
"here" function  to access a file.  Before using R projects file I would set
the working dir in a R setup chunk and run the following command (for

creditsub <- read.csv(unz(Data.zip", "creditcardsub.csv"))

This works just fine but I'm trying to see if I can use the here function
now but no luck. I sort of assumed it would be something like 

creditsub <- read.csv(unz(here::here(Data.zip", "creditcardsubcsv"))) -
nope. I've also tried placing it in other locations  still no luck so I'm
wondering if I can even use it in this application


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