In this video, Mark Niemann-Ross demonstrates exporting an R data structure to an Excel workbook. Learn how to build an Excel workbook from scratch using the R language.
- [Instructor] R provides a lot of packages…that will allow you to export data out to an Excel workbook.…And I'm going to demonstrate one of them, it's called rio.…Before I start, make sure that you have set…your working directory to point to chapter zero one,…and then I'll need some data to export,…so I'm going to use the data command,…and use the CO2 and ChickWeight datasets.…Now I have two data frames, ChickWeight and CO2,…and I'd like to export those out to a workbook…and I'll use rio for that.…
Be sure that if you haven't already installed rio,…use the install.packages command with rio,…and use library rio to make rio available for use.…Now, to export those two data frames…out to a workbook is fairly simple.…You use the export command, part of rio,…parenthesis, and then you feed it a list…of datasets you'd like to export, in this case list,…and we'll call up the CO2 data frame,…and the ChickWeight data frame.…
You'll need to tell the export command…where to put that file.…And to do that, you put file, and then a name…
- 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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