[R] [Fwd: Re: Cómo convertir un objeto data frame en una tabla csv]

From: Kenneth Roy Cabrera Torres <krcabrer_at_une.net.co>
Date: Sun, 02 Nov 2008 23:32:33 -0500

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Hi Ricardo:

I don't understand your question, not because it is in spanish, but because I will like to know what are you pretending to do.

data.frame is an R object.
csv is a external ascii format for database tables. geodata is an internal geoR object (a list).

The usual steps are:

.csv external file -> data.frame R object (with read.csv or read.csv2) data.frame R object -> geodata (with as.geodata() geoR function)

If you want to write to an external file a geodata object, and later read it back to R you should use save() to write and then load() to recover it. (?save and ?load)

Hope that will help you.

Kenneth

El dom, 02-11-2008 a las 22:45 -0300, Ricardo Bandin escribió:
> Agradecer me ayuden con la consulta:
>
> Cmo convertir un objeto data frame en una tabla csv que pueda a su vez ser
> convertida en un objeto geodata
>
> De antemano, gracias por la atencin,
>
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