In this video, Mark Niemann-Ross demonstrates how to import and export data contained in LibreOffice and OpenOffice worksheet files. Learn how to import data contained in ODS files into R using the readODS package. for R
- [Instructor] ODS is a spreadsheet from LibreOffice…or OpenOffice, and you'll need a special package…called Read ODS, which contains both a Read ODS function…as well as a Write ODS function.…So let's start off with that, you'll need…to install the package if you haven't already,…use install.packages, ReadODS, and then use…the library command to bring it in.…Now I've created a sample vector, ODSSampleFile…which points to an OpenOffice sheet in these sample files…and I have to find that, we'll use that.…
Reading an ODS file is simple.…You set up a vector you want to read it into,…so in this case I'll create a vector called DffromODS…and into it, I'll store the results of read_ODS.…Now surprisingly you can use Read.ODS…or Read_ODS, both of them point to the same thing.…I'll specify what file I want to read,…in this case ODSSampleFile, and I hit Command + Return…and I now have a DFfromODS, it's a standard data frame,…it's exactly what you'd expect from importing…a spreadsheet.…
Writing an ODS is almost as simple, unless you're…
- Challenges and characteristics of high-variety data
- Using R with Excel
- Exporting an R data structure to an Excel workbook
- Importing text, CSV, and tab-delimited files
- Working with the R foreign package
- Using R with XML files, HTML files, and Google Docs
- Working with images in R
Skill Level Intermediate
R Programming in Data Science: High Volume Datawith Mark Niemann-Ross1h 25m Intermediate
1. Use R with Excel
2. Importing Text Files
3. Understanding the Foreign Package
4. Use R with Popular Data Formats
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