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iI am not able to extract my CaptaincyData.csv file?

R Working-directories-in-RStudio 04-05 min 10-20 sec 28-01-21, 3:33 p.m. vidhi_chhadva_11


Once you download the zip file from the "Code files" section of the tutorial. You have to unzip its contents.

Windows 10 users can unzip it by simply right-clicking on the file and selecting the option "Extract All..." or one may make use of software like "WinRAR." R also contains a built-in function with the name "unzip()" to extract the content of a .zip file.

Once unzipped, then it is important to either copy the extracted contents to the working directory of R or make the folder containing the unzipped files as the current working directory using the "setwd()" function of R.

After setting the working directly, "CaptaincyData.csv" file can be easily loaded in R using the "read.csv()" function as follows - read.csv("CaptaincyData.csv").
28-01-21, 3:47 p.m.

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