Sometimes it's just easier to read & write Microsoft
Excel files. This packages allows import and export of Microsoft
Excel (xls, xlsx) files. The excellent gdata package already provides
read.xls, but occasionally the final column will containing trailing
spaces, so my version fixes this.
Reading excel files is powered by the ‘gdata’ package. Writing xls files is powered by the Spreadsheet::WriteExcel Perl module by John McNamara, and writing xlsx files is powered by the Excel::Writer::XLSX Perl module by John McNamara.
It's not that widely tested, but the necessary perl modules are installed within this package,
and my version of R appears to be loading these libraries from the package. If it's not working
then try installing
Spreadsheet::WriteExcel and Excel::Writer::XLSX system-wide; to do this, see
read.xls imports a worksheet from an Excel file.
write.xlsx writes matrix-like data, or a list of matrix-like
data into worksheet(s) in an XLS file. It also formats the header row, and
allows more control over how the
row.names are written.
writeLines.xls writes vector's to excel files as 1-column
tables, or as a 2-column table if the names are also written.
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