These functions make it easy for copy and paste data from Excel-like files, especially when there are blank cells or when different columns have different lengths. All of them have the same arguments.
V, when you do not copy rownames or colnames
VR, when the 1st column is for rownames and there are no colnames in what you copy
VC, when there are colnames but no rownames
VRC and the same:
VCR, when there are both rownames and colnames
If you copy something from a text document (e.g., Windows Notepad), the function may warn "incomplete final line found by readTableHeader...". This is because your content does not end with an end of line sign. You can simply ignore this warning!
V(tofactor = 0, keepblank = 0, sep = "\t")
if this is equal to numeric 1 or
if characters are not to be converted to factors, this argument decides how to deal with
blank cells in character columns. If it is numeric 1 or
a single character to differentiate cells of a table. The default value should be used when your data is from Excel.
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