rio (0.5.16)

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A Swiss-Army Knife for Data I/O.

Streamlined data import and export by making assumptions that the user is probably willing to make: 'import()' and 'export()' determine the data structure from the file extension, reasonable defaults are used for data import and export (e.g., 'stringsAsFactors=FALSE'), web-based import is natively supported (including from SSL/HTTPS), compressed files can be read directly without explicit decompression, and fast import packages are used where appropriate. An additional convenience function, 'convert()', provides a simple method for converting between file types.

Maintainer: Thomas J. Leeper
Author(s): Jason Becker [ctb], Chung-hong Chan [aut], Geoffrey CH Chan [ctb], Thomas J. Leeper [aut, cre] (<>), Christopher Gandrud [ctb], Andrew MacDonald [ctb], Ista Zahn [ctb], Stanislaus Stadlmann [ctb], Ruaridh Williamson [ctb], Patrick Kennedy [ctb], Ryan Price [ctb], Trevor L Davis [ctb]

License: GPL-2

Uses: curl, data.table, foreign, haven, openxlsx, readxl, tibble, hexView, yaml, testthat, knitr, bit64, jsonlite, rmatio, magrittr, readODS, readr, xml2, clipr, feather, csvy, fst
Reverse suggests: esquisse, geobr, oceanis, simPH, ufs

Released over 1 year ago.

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