Reading data from csv files is very useful as csv file is a standard output of many programs. In R, you can read csv file in one line:
df <- read.csv("/path/to/file.txt", row.names=1,head=FALSE, sep=",")
The code above specifies the first column is just a name by using
row.names=1. By using
head=FALSE, it says there is no head of the data, i.e., all rows are data. We can also specify what to use to separate each line. In this case, we use ",".
<pre><code> String foo = "bar"; </code></pre>