Subject: Re: SAS XPORT Transport Format and other formats
From: Nicholas Lewin-Koh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 12 Dec 1999 - 11:00:25 EST
> Well I've *thought* about doing it... And the SPSS format as well. And
> DB3. And...
I have started a read.dbf routine, as part of the map manipulation
package i am working on in my "infinite" sparetime. I already
have C code to manipulate dbf, just need to adapt it for R
> http://www.wotsit.org has tons of information on this sort of stuff.
> (Although on SAS, it's just the TS140 again.) It's mentioned on the
> Ideas list at developer.r-project.org (on a machine near you...), but
> perhaps some elaboration would be in order there.
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