write.geotop.table: Writes an R object ('data.frame' or 'zoo') into a CSV file...

Description Usage Arguments

View source: R/write.geotop.table.R

Description

Writes an R object (data.frame or zoo) into a CSV file readible by GEOtop.

Usage

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write.geotop.table(x, file, wpath = NULL, tz = "Etc/GMT-1",
  date_field = "Date12.DDMMYYYYhhmm.", file_end = "", sep = ",",
  format = "%d/%m/%Y %H:%M", na = "-9999", ...)

Arguments

x

R object (data.frame or zoo) to be exported and written.

file

filename

wpath

working path to the GEOtop simlation. If wpath is not NULL , filename will be put in wpath.

tz

time zone. Default is "Etc/GMT-1". See get.geotop.inpts.keyword.value fur further details.

date_field

string used for date-time field. Deafult is "Date12.DDMMYYYYhhmm.". See get.geotop.inpts.keyword.value fur further details.

file_end

suffix of the file name (file) (optional). Default is "".

sep

separator character. Default is ",". See write.table fur further details.

format

date time format. Default is "%d/%m/%Y %H:%M". See get.geotop.inpts.keyword.value fur further details.

na

string for unassigned values. Defaults is "-9999". See write.table fur further details.

...

further arguments for write.table.


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