From: Petr Pikal (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu 06 May 2004 - 18:27:48 EST
On 5 May 2004 at 21:48, liao kaijun wrote:
> I just try to use the R to solve some statistic problem recently. but
> i 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
R is friendly if you accept its power with data management.
cbind, rbind, , subset,.....
If you like to work like in Excel why not use Excel for preparing data and
transfering them to R by read.table() functions.
!!! Thanks to all authors for "clipboard" extension!!! :-)
> 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.
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