RE: [R] need help!

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From: Lutz Prechelt (prechelt@pcpool.mi.fu-berlin.de)
Date: Thu 06 May 2004 - 16:47:21 EST


Message-id: <85D25331FFB7AE4C900EA467D4ADA39204592C@circle.pcpool.mi.fu-berlin.de>


There is a fairly good integration between Excel (if that is
what you are using, you did not tell us) and R.
You can find that on www.r-project.org.

Or you can just use Excel to edit your data, save it as
CSV, and then import in R with read.table.

Please use a more descriptive subject next time.

  Lutz Prechelt

> found that there are no a good way to edit the data , it is
> not friendly to
> deal with data like excel when i use command "edit()" or
> "fix()". i even
> canot copy one column data. it just let me copy one cell
> data. so i think
> probably there are some other command can solve this trouble
> better. it
> will be very help if yuo can tell me.
>
> thanks
>
> kj.
>
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