[R] "unloading" data

Vadim Ogranovich vograno at arbitrade.com
Sat Oct 27 05:15:43 CEST 2001

Dear R-Users,

I am reading the "An Introduction to R" manual and have come across data()
function for loading data.

I assume that R requires explicit loading of data objects to save memory.
Then I'd expect there should be a function that can unload the objects once
they are not needed anymore, what is this function? It would be helpful if
?data contained a reference to that function.

Thanks, Vadim

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