Read one or more LXB files.
character vector of patterns for relative or absolute filepaths. Missing values will be ignored.
include text segment in output if TRUE.
Returns a list of LXB files read. Each item in the list may consist of a
text component and a
data component. The former is a vector
of the values in the text segment of the LXB file, the latter is a matrix
of all parameters in the LXB file where each column corresponds to one
text=FALSE then each item only consists of the data matrix. Set
text=TRUE to return the text segment of the LXB file as well. This
can be useful for debugging purposes.
If only one LXB file was read then the first item of the list is returned instead of a list with only one item.
names attribute of the returned list is set to the well
names, if all LXB files have names of the form
(i.e. if they end in a letter and a number). Otherwise the file
names are used.
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## Not run: ## Read file 'name.lxb' from current directory and include all ## information about the LXB file x <- readLxb('name.lxb', filter=FALSE, text=TRUE) dim(x$data) names(x$text) ## Read all LXB files from current directory xs <- readLxb('*.lxb') length(xs) dim(xs[]) ## If the LXB files end in a letter and digit, then this can be used to ## index 'xs', e.g. to inspect the first few rows of well "C10", type: head(xs$C10) ## End(Not run)
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