[R-SIG-Mac] import data

Emiliano Guevara emiliano.guevara at unibo.it
Fri Jun 13 10:43:53 CEST 2008


There's many ways to do it. I would suggest using comma separated  
values as a "bridge" filetype.

 From Numbers, save your data as a .csv file (comma separated value).
Then, in R, import the data from the file using:

 > read.csv(file.csv)

That should be it,

Best wishes,


On Jun 13, 2008, at 05:34 AM, Peng Jiang wrote:

> Hi ,
> I have some data in Numbers, which is a data managing software for  
> Mac OS. How can I import them to R ?
> Or how can I import my data from R to Numbers ?  Any interfaces  
> between R and Numbers or something ?
> I am a newbie so if the question is toooooo simple, please take it  
> easy.
> Thanks!
> --------------------------
> Peng Jiang
> 江鹏
> Ph.D. Candidate
> Antai College of Economics & Management
> 安泰经济管理学院
> Department of Mathematics
> 数学系
> Shanghai Jiaotong University (Minhang Campus)
> 800 Dongchuan Road
> 200240 Shanghai
> P. R. China

Emiliano R. Guevara
Facoltà di Lingue e Lett. Straniere
Dipart. di Lingue e Lett. Straniere
Università di Bologna
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