a <- read.csv( file="c:/Progra~1/Docume~1/ramasamy/x111.csv" )
might work if you replace it with your full path. If you have the _unique_ rownames in the first column, you can add the argument "row.names=1" in the call.
On Tue, 2006-02-21 at 08:52 -0500, Carl Klarner wrote:
> I am a very new user of R. I've spent several hours trying to import
> data, so I feel okay asking the list for help. I had an Excel file,
> then I turned it into a "csv" file, as instructed by directions. My
> filename is "x111.csv." I then used the following commands to read this
> (fairly small) dataset in.
> x111 <-read.table(file='x111.csv',
> I then get the following error message.
> Error in file(file, "r") : unable to open connection
> In addition: Warning message:
> cannot open file 'x111.csv', reason 'No such file or directory'
> I would imagine I'm not putting my csv file in the right location for R
> to be able to read it. If that's the case, where should I put it? Or
> is there something else I need to do to it first?
> Thanks for your help,
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