writeSC: Export data into a .csv-file

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/writeSC.R

Description

This function restructures and exports single-case data into a .csv-file.

Usage

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writeSC(data, filename = NULL, sep = ",", dec = ".", ...)

Arguments

data

A single-case data frame. See scdf to learn about this format.

filename

A character string defining the output file name (e.g. "SC_data.csv".

sep

The field separator string. Values within rows will be separated by this string. Default is sep = ",".

dec

The string used for decimal points. Must be a single character. Default is dec = "."

...

Further arguments passed to write.table.

Author(s)

Juergen Wilbert

See Also

write.table, readSC, saveRDS

Examples

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## Not run: 
## Write single-case data to a .csv-file
jessica <- rSC(design_rSC(level = .5))
writeSC(jessica, "SCdata_Jessica.csv")

## Write multiple cases to a .csv-file with semicolon as field and comma as decimal separator
writeSC(Grosche2011, "MBDdata_Grosche.csv", sep = ";", dec = ",")

## writeSC and readSC
filename <- file.path(tempdir(), "test.csv")
writeSC(exampleA1B1A2B2_zvt, filename)
dat <- readSC(filename, cvar = "case", pvar = "part", dvar = "zvt", mvar = "day")
res1 <- describeSC(exampleA1B1A2B2_zvt)$descriptives
res2 <- describeSC(dat)$descriptives
identical(res1,res2)

## End(Not run)

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