[R-SIG-Mac] Read.table for MAC

Ivan Calandra ivan.calandra at uni-hamburg.de
Tue Apr 6 09:42:38 CEST 2010

A bit late for my answer, but I find the file.choose() function really 
useful. Moreover, it also works on Windows (and I would guess on Linux 
too, but I don't know for sure).

Le 4/3/2010 22:31, Johannes W. Dietrich a écrit :
> At 21:32 Uhr +0100 26.02.2010, Johannes W. Dietrich wrote:
>> A simple method to obtain the path to a file is to open the terminal 
>> and to drag the file to the shell's window. Then the terminal 
>> displays the full path that can be copied to the R console (or to 
>> your script etc.).
> I just found an even simpler method: Simply drag a file or folder to 
> an open R console or skript window, and the path will be inserted 
> automatically.

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