2017-05-26 18:45:39 +0200 | asked a question | single element list in R I'm using R to filter a large dataset to a dictionary of lists of values, and using those lists in Sage/Python to make plots. The data is a bunch of measurements between nodes, and I'm trying to automate filtering the data into a bunch of lists for the different permutations nodes. However, if a node pair only consists of one measurement, R is returning it as a float instead of a single element list (this is with the Is there a way to force R to return a single element list instead of a float some other single-value numeric type? |

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2011-10-14 12:20:25 +0200 | commented answer | Converting R variables to sage hmm.. I was hoping for a more direct variable conversion, but that will work. Thank you! |

2011-10-13 16:25:06 +0200 | asked a question | Converting R variables to sage If I have a bunch of notebook cells with R code using the %r method, is there an easy way to grab the data as a varible in Python/Sage without converting the whole thing to use r.command syntax? |

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