[R] Input and output of time series data - any function or packages that helps?

Jeff Newmiller jdnewmil at dcn.davis.ca.us
Mon Oct 1 08:31:44 CEST 2012

I think this is a very vague question.

If you are exporting to some other software, csv is probably a very good choice, unless there is something more specific about that software.

As for "manual", I think we left the scribes in the middle ages. R is eminently scriptable for automating tasks, but I know nothing of your workflow, so I think the ball is in your court.
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jpm miao <miaojpm at gmail.com> wrote:

>   I work with time series data. From time to time I run programs to
>produce results that are in time series form (e.g., quarterly or
>data). After a few days I might need to access part of the results and
>run another program. Is there any function or package (like dataframe
>zoo?) that might help so that I don't need to copy the results manually
> to
>a csv or xls file?
> If the data are not time series (just indexed by 1, 2,3), is there any
>function that can help?
>   Thanks,
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