How to read a csv in R? R can read files with different formats like text file, csv file etc which are stored outside the R environment. Reading a file means, accessing the file in the R environment to perform various operations on the data. A csv file (.csv extension) called 'comma separated, values' is a plain text file which stores tables. MICROSOFT Excel and Google Sheets can be used to open a.csv file. This recipe illustrates an example of reading a csv file..
A .csv file can be accessed by using an url path Syntax - read.csv("x.csv")
data <- read.csv("https://storage.googleapis.com/dimensionless/Analytics/quality.csv") head(data) # to read the columns and rows in the data
A csv file can be imported by uploading it in files, 'Upload to session storage'
data <- read.csv("R_60_Real estate.csv") head(data) # to read the columns and rows in the data