[R] How do I reload sessions from a non-default directory in OS X?
dwinsemius at comcast.net
Wed Dec 24 04:02:44 CET 2008
On Dec 23, 2008, at 5:18 PM, Bill McNeill (UW) wrote:
> i use the GUI version of R on OS X. I launch it by double-clicking
> on the R
> icon. The process always starts in my home directory which means
> that the
> only .RData file that is ever read in is the one in my home
> directory. I
> would instead like to have different R sessions saved in different
> directories, but I can't figure out how to do this.
> A workaround is to use the shell version of R and always change to the
> directory containing my saved session before launching, but I prefer
> to use
> the GUI version.
> Is there a command to tell R to load a session from a particular
> How do other people with Macs do this?
(It's not Mac-specific.)
If you want to clean out the workspace you could use:
rm( ls() )
You can also associate file types with your R.app.
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