g.data: Delayed-Data Packages

Create and maintain delayed-data packages (ddp's). Data stored in a ddp are available on demand, but do not take up memory until requested. You attach a ddp with g.data.attach(), then read from it and assign to it in a manner similar to S-PLUS, except that you must run g.data.save() to actually commit to disk.

AuthorDavid Brahm <brahm@alum.mit.edu>
Date of publication2013-12-17 07:09:33
MaintainerDavid Brahm <brahm@alum.mit.edu>
LicenseGPL
Version2.4

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Files in this package

g.data
g.data/inst
g.data/inst/doc
g.data/inst/doc/g.data.Rnw
g.data/inst/doc/g.data.pdf
g.data/NAMESPACE
g.data/R
g.data/R/g.data.unmash.R g.data/R/g.data.save.R g.data/R/g.data.mash.R g.data/R/g.data.get.R g.data/R/g.data.put.R g.data/R/g.data.attach.R
g.data/vignettes
g.data/vignettes/g.data.Rnw
g.data/MD5
g.data/DESCRIPTION
g.data/ChangeLog
g.data/man
g.data/man/g.data.save.Rd

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