Re: [R] export to a dat file that SAS can read

From: Christophe Pallier <christophe_at_pallier.org>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 10:16:47 +0200

One solution:

Use 'write.csv' (or write.csv2) in R to output a csv file. Then import it in SAS (by default, it imports into the "work" library; then you need to copy into another libray to have the SAS file).

Christophe

On 6/13/07, Rina Miehs <rmi_at_danishmeat.dk> wrote:
>
> Hello
>
> i have a data frame in R that some SAS users need to use in their
> programs, and they want it in a dat file, is that possible?
> and which functions to use for that?
>
> my data frame is like this:
>
> > out13[1:100,]
> farid niveau1 niveau3
> p1 p3 antal1
> 2 10007995 0.0184891394 4.211306e-10 5.106471e-02 2.594580e-02
> 3
> 9 10076495 0.0140812953 3.858757e-10 1.065804e-01 3.743271e-02
> 3
> 10 10081892 0.0241760590 7.429612e-10 1.628295e-02 3.021538e-04
> 6
> 13 10101395 0.0319517576 3.257375e-10 2.365204e-03 6.633232e-02
> 19
> 16 10104692 0.0114040787 3.661169e-10 1.566721e-01 4.550663e-02
> 4
> 17 10113592 0.0167586526 4.229634e-10 6.922003e-02 2.543987e-02
> 2
> 18 10113697 0.0259205504 2.888646e-10 1.096366e-02 9.118995e-02
> 6
> 22 10121697 -0.0135341273 -5.507914e-10 1.157417e-01 5.501947e-03
> 16
> 28 10146495 0.0093514076 3.493487e-10 2.041883e-01 5.340801e-02
> 4
> 29 10150497 0.0091611504 3.455925e-10 2.089893e-01 5.531904e-02
> 4
> 36 10171895 0.0089116669 2.956742e-10 2.153844e-01 8.614259e-02
> 4
> 42 10198295 0.0078515166 3.147140e-10 2.437943e-01 7.314111e-02
> 5
>
>
> Thanks
>
> Rina
>
>
>
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