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Unformatted text preview: Copy the data set and paste it onto Notepad. The first row should contain the column labels separated by a space. Save this file onto the Desktop or you can store it under My Documents, for example. BE SURE THAT WHEN IT IS STORED, IT IS STORED AS A TEXT FILE. [stored-data-name].txt Now back on the R console, get the data into the active workspace with: > [new-data-file-name] < - read.table(“C:\\Documents and Settings\\[your-user-name]\\ My Documents\\[stored-data-name].txt”, header=TRUE) > attach([new-data-file-name]) [ ] is a user supplied name – DO NOT include the brackets [ ] Number of column labels must match the number of columns. You must find the “path” to where the data are stored. Go to My Computer-> C drive -> search forward until you find the text file that you stored....
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course STAT 4210 taught by Professor Randles during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.
- Fall '11
- Regression Analysis