[R] Export R output in Excel
drjimlemon at gmail.com
Thu Dec 29 10:19:51 CET 2016
What functions like "htmlize" (prettyR) do is format the basic R
output into HTML tables with the option of interspersed graphics.
While I usually stop at the HTML stage, the output files can be
imported into Word for those who cannot work out how to open them with
an HTML browser. I just tried the example for "htmlize" and it imports
into Libre Office Writer fine, but doesn't fit so well into Libre
Office Calc, which does not bode well for an import into Excel. At
best you will get formatted output, but you cannot play with the
numbers as you would in a spreadsheet. Petr's suggestion, which I just
read, is an alternative that may be more useful to you.
On Thu, Dec 29, 2016 at 2:58 PM, Bryan Mac <bryanmac.24 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> Your assumption is correct. When running the analyses in R and want to export the output that appears in the console window to Excel(.csv) file.
> I believe it is easier to do if the export it done to an Excel (.CSV) file.
> So is there a way to export the analyses in the console window to a .CSV file with the good formatting ?
> I am looking to export the whole output if possible.
> I found this code, but it doesn’t cover the whole output of the console.
> write.csv(coef(summary(test)), file=“test.csv”)
> My whole output consists of descriptives and regressions.
> Bryan Mac
> bryanmac.24 at gmail.com
>> On Dec 28, 2016, at 6:33 PM, Jim Lemon <drjimlemon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Bryan,
>> When I have to do something like this, I usually go through HTML
>> output and import it into MS Word. I am not suggesting that this is
>> the best thing to do, but it might get you out of trouble. I'm not
>> sure whether importing HTML into Excel will work as well. I assume
>> that you are running analyses in R and want to export the output that
>> appears in the console window. If so, try producing HTML output with
>> the prettyR or R2HTML packages and importing it. There are other ways
>> to do this, but the learning curve is steep and you might not want to
>> climb it right now.
>> On Thu, Dec 29, 2016 at 8:45 AM, Bryan Mac <bryanmac.24 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> How do I export results from R to Excel in a format-friendly way? For example, when I copy and paste my results into excel, the formatting is messed up.
>>> Bryan Mac
>>> bryanmac.24 at gmail.com
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