[R] How to export hexbin tables?

R. Michael Weylandt michael.weylandt at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 22:21:10 CET 2012

Grumble grumble....stop triple posting....grumble grumble......damn
nabble....grumble grumble....

It's inelegant, but if your Python-skills are up for it, you could do
something like this:

sapply(c("cell","count","xcm","ycm"), function(x) slot(HEXBINOBJECTNAME, x))

You'll have to reconstruct things on the python end though.

Hope this helps,

On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 2:34 PM, fco.pch <francisco at dfte.ufrn.br> wrote:
> Hi Michael!
> thanks for your answer, but....
> In fact I need to export the hexbin table (the set of hexagons' coordinates,
> "weights", etc) into an ASCII file. Not the workspace... but only the
> "table".
> I gonna handle it with python (this is the  ASCII reason), and compare with
> some theorical predictions.
> So... Some idea How can I export only the "hexbin table"?
> Thanks! :D
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