[R] rscript write function

Applejus ielkhoury at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 22:01:16 CET 2009

obviously that was a silly question...
SOLUTION: just specify the path in the write function...!

Sorry ! 

Applejus wrote:
> Hi,
> I have this very simple two-line script :
> test.r:
> --------
> print ("abc");
> write("def","test.txt");
> When run with rscript.exe --vanilla test.r (or just rscript.exe test.r), I
> get the "abc" output in the shell but no file is created in the
> directory....
> I noticed that the only time the test.txt gets written is when the test.r
> script is placed in the bin directory where rscript.exe resides. I want a
> way to execute my test.r script and output the corresponding file in
> another directory, without having to copy the rscript.exe and dlls to that
> directory.
> I hope there is a way!! (I have this constraint because I am developping a
> website that connects with R and my script resides in a session folder
> created dynamically for every user...)
> Thanks!

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