[R] Importing and exporting threedimensional arrays
ruipbarradas at sapo.pt
Fri Nov 11 12:02:09 CET 2016
You can save 3D objects (or objects of any form or shape) by using ?save.
You would then retrieve them with ?load.
Hope this helps,
Em 11-11-2016 09:36, Ferri Leberl escreveu:
> Dear all,
> I want to process a list of XML-Elements.
> In one dimension the elements are listed; in the other their respective properties (name, comment, parent, children, attributes).
> I am writing a script that processes such tables, and another one that produces sample tables to test the first script.
> So the first script should import tabular-separated lists, and the second should export them with write.table (or anything better you suggest me).
> As long as we stay two dimensional I see no difficulties.
> However, there can be several children and several attributes. So my idea was to add a third dimension — but some tests I did showed me that e.g.
> produces a 2D-tsv.
> So, how can I handle the fact, that there may be several items in a children resp. atrribute field?
> Thank you in advance!
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