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Re: Feed data to R using Statistics::R

by pvaldes (Chaplain)
on Feb 24, 2013 at 23:36 UTC ( #1020439=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Feed data to R using Statistics::R

data = scan()$data

Not, this is not how R works, try something like

data <- scan(file =$filehandle)

And you need also avoit to mix the headers with the data

my $data = "subj1 high 13 subj1 low 15 subj2 high 12 subj2 low 15 subj3 high 16 subj3 low 17 subj4 high 11 subj4 low 18 "; my $R = Statistics::R->new(); $R->startR; R->send(qq`data <- read.table($data, header = false), sep = "")`); R->send(qq`names(data) <- c("Subj","Cond","Count")`); R->send(qq`attach(data)`); R->send(qq`$Cond <- as.factor($Cond)`);

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[mz2255]: Tried again, denied. Maybe my code is just so bad the site refuses to post it.
[marto]: no, there's a bug, sometimes...
[mz2255]: ok, well thanks for looking into it. I'll try again later.

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