[R] Cross-platform compatibility with R?
bates at stat.wisc.edu
Tue Sep 9 18:33:30 CEST 2003
Joseph Ortiz <jortiz at kent.edu> writes:
> Dear All,
> I'm a newbie to R having just switched from S-Plus.
> I was able to port my files from S-Plus for Linux to R for OSX using
> the S-Plus "data.dump", and the R "data.restore" commands. I've
> decided that I like R enough to install it on my Linux box, but I
> can't figure out an easy way to get multiple files from my OSX
> macintosh R environment to a Linux install of R, as there does not
> appear to be a "data.dump" command in R.
> I tried to use tar to archive my directories and binary .Rdata files
> and simply extract them to a new machine. This works fine going from
> one OSX machine to another, but does not work going from OSX to Linux,
> presumably due to binary file or directory incompatibilities.
> Does anyone have any suggestions for a work around to this problem?
Use save and load. Files generated by save() can be read by load()
on any platform.
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