Re: Extracting data from .zip file in WINDOWS version of pack age

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Re: Extracting data from .zip file in WINDOWS version of pack age

Liaw, Andy
I guess one possible work-around is to put the .ped file under inst/data/ in
the source.  At installation, the file will be put into data/.  Untested,
though.

Andy


From: Jain, Nitin

>
> Hello,
>
> I am building a R-package for Genetics analysis. The accepted
> data is in pedigree (.ped) file format.
>
> To load the data (say CAMP.ped) from "data" directory, I have
> a function "CAMP.R", which does the job.
> The package builds successfully in Linux (.tar.gz) and the
> data loads successfully by "data(CAMP)".
>
> However, when I build the package in WINDOWS, the data
> directory is zipped, and the command "data(CAMP)"
> gives an error -
> Error in readGenes(gfile = "CAMP.ped",....)
> Genotype file CAMP.ped does not exist.
>
> While debugging "data(CAMP)", I found that only the file
> "CAMP.R" is extracted temporarily, and not the file
> "CAMP.ped" - which causes the error.
>
> Linux version does not face this problem as the data
> directory is not zipped.
>
> Could you please suggest a way around for this problem?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Best,
> Nitin
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