Re: [R] Exporting data to a text file

From: Don MacQueen <macq_at_llnl.gov>
Date: Wed, 06 Aug 2008 14:08:04 -0700

You could try using sink() instead of write.table() to append the clustering .

write.table(myclara$data,"cluster.dat")
sink("cluster.dat",append=TRUE)
print( myclara$clustering )
sink()

That will definitely append clustering to the file.

-Don

At 6:49 PM +0200 8/1/08, pacomet wrote:
>HI R users
>
>With clara function I get a data frame (maybe this is not the exact word,
>I'm new to R) with the following variables:
>
>> names(myclara)
> [1] "sample" "medoids" "i.med" "clustering" "objective"
> [6] "clusinfo" "diss" "call" "silinfo" "data"
>
>I want to export "clustering" and "data" to a new text file so I try
>
> > write.table(myclara$data,"cluster.dat")
> > write.table(myclara$clustering,"cluster.dat",append=TRUE)
>
>Variable data is properly exported but clustering is not appended to the
>output file.
>
>Please, where is the mistake? is it possible to export the two variables in
>just a sentence?
>
>thanks in advance
>
>Paco
>
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