Re: [R] Importing data

From: Juan Manuel Barreneche <jumanbar_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 07 May 2008 11:26:21 -0300

i usually import data from exel, using read.table or read.csv (which implies that i have to save exel files as .txt or .csv)

JM

El Miércoles, 7 de Mayo de 2008 11:25, John Kane escribió:
> First step would be to read the manual on the R site
> "R Data Import/Export" describes the import and export
> facilities available either in R itself or via
> packages which are available from CRAN
>
> Then if that does not solve the problem you need to
> explain in detail what the problems are, preferably
> with the code that you are using. See the
> instructions at the bottom of the post.
>
> --- Yemi Oyeyemi <gmoyeyemi_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hi everyone, please I'm having problem importing
> > data from Stata and excel. Help me out.
> > Thanks
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