Reading and Saving data file in R session

Suppose you want to save an individual object in R and read it later.

Saving data file in R session
saveRDS(mydata, "logistic.rds")
Reading stored data from R session
mydata = readRDS("logistic.rds")
Note : You can define any name other than mydata.

Another way : Saving data file in R session
save (mydata,file="E:\\logistic.rdata")
Loading stored data from R session
load("E:\\logistic.rdata", ex <- new.env())
Saving multiple objects in R session
save(mydata, data2, file="1.RData")
Saving everything in R session

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1 Response to "Reading and Saving data file in R session"
  1. How does Is(ex) work? And how are you ensuring that the dataset us being loaded in new environment?


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