[R] Importing and exporting threedimensional arrays

Rui Barradas 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,

Rui Barradas

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.
> write.table(array(1:60,dim=c(4,3,5)),"beispielmatrix",sep="\t",quote=FALSE,row.names=F,col.names=F,dec=",")
> 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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