Loads and returns the object(s) in the ".Rdata" file. This is useful for naming the object(s) in the ".Rdata" file something other than the name it was saved as.
A character vector containing the '.Rdata' filename(s)
The object(s) contained in
RdataFiles, organized into lists and named as
required to distinguish them completely. See Examples.
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# Create some filenames we'll use in this example fileName1 <- "demo_load_object_1.Rdata" fileName2 <- "demo_load_object_2.Rdata" # Make an example object x <- data.frame(a = 1:10, b = rnorm(10)) # Save and reload the file save(x, file = fileName1) rm(x) y <- loadObject(fileName1) # Note how 'x' is not in the global environment ls() # This is the object that was in 'fileName' print(y) # Here's an example with two objects saved in a single file a <- rnorm(10) b <- rnorm(20) save(a, b, file = fileName2) # Load the results and show them z <- loadObject(fileName2) print(z) # And here's an example with more than one file both <- loadObject(c(fileName1, fileName2)) both # Delete the files unlink(c(fileName1, fileName2))
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