[RWSTHDA-1.1] - Load and read a data file

<h2 class="formatter-title wiki-paragraph-2" id="paragraph-importing-data-in-rwsthda">Importing data in RWSTHDA</h2>

<h3 class="formatter-title wiki-paragraph-3" id="paragraph-file-format-and-size">File format and size</h3>

The file must be in tab-delimited (*.txt) format or in comma-separated (.*)CSV format. The columns are variables (see the image below).

Supported file formats: txt | csv.
Maximum file size allowed: 1MB
Maximum number of files allowed per user: 2

<h3 class="formatter-title wiki-paragraph-3" id="paragraph-file-manager-interface">File manager interface</h3>

To import your data from RWSTHDA, click File -> Add

The file management window appears:

The file management window includes 2 main tabs:

The first tab allows you to add and delete files. The second tab allows you to import data into R.

<h3 class="formatter-title wiki-paragraph-3" id="paragraph-importing-data-into-rwsthda">Importing data into RWSTHDA</h3>

Data import is done in 3 steps:

1 - Add a file and 2 - click Start to load (first tab)

3 - Click Next to move to the second tab:

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<li class="bb_li">Select a file to import into R.
</li><li class="bb_li">Specify the import options.
</li><li class="bb_li">Click Import to load the data into R.

The software then reads the file and automatically creates two other files of the form: 'your_login.txt' and 'your_login.RData'.

Your imported data will be available in these two forms in all the software.

To load another file, you must do the same operation and the old data will be deleted. At each start of RWSTHDA, the old imported data are deleted.

To refresh the list of files: Click File -> Refresh.

(Click to see tutorial)

<h2 class="formatter-title wiki-paragraph-2" id="paragraph-read-files-in-rwsthda">Read files in RWSTHDA</h2>

2 ways to read a file in R:

<h3 class="formatter-title wiki-paragraph-3" id="paragraph-method-1-read-the-file-using-advanced-options">Method 1: Read the file using advanced options </h3>

This method has several advantages:
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<li class="bb_li">It gives the possibility to choose the import options.
</li><li class="bb_li">It saves the file in. RDATA which can be loaded easily at any time in R.
</li><li class="bb_li">It saves a (.*)txt file of your imported data. This is the file which will then be used by the various modules of RWSTHDA to make graphics and statistical analysis.

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1 - Click on the file name: the file management window appears
2 - Click on Next
3 - Select the file of interest to import
4 - Select the import options for the type of file
5 - Click Import to load the file in r

<h3 class="formatter-title wiki-paragraph-3" id="paragraph-method-2-quick-method">Method 2: Quick method </h3>

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1 - Select a file from the selection field
2 - Click on Read: R script is shown in the console
3 - Click on Submit to read the file in R

(Click to see the tutorial)

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