Object Reference : Object View and Procedure Reference : Rowvector
Write EViews data to a text (ASCII), Excel, or Lotus file on disk.
Creates a foreign format disk file containing EViews data. May be used to export EViews data to another program.
vector_name.write(options) [path\filename]
Follow the name of the rowvector object by a period, the keyword, and the name for the output file. The optional path name may be on the local machine, or may point to a network drive. If the path name contains spaces, enclose the entire expression in double quotation marks. The entire rowvector will be exported.
Note that EViews cannot, at present, write into an existing file. The file that you select will, if it exists, be replaced.
Force the dialog to appear from within a program.
File type
t=dat, txt
ASCII (plain text) files.
t=wk1, wk3
Lotus spreadsheet files.
Excel spreadsheet files.
If you omit the “t=” option, EViews will determine the type based on the file extension. Unrecognized extensions will be treated as ASCII files. For Lotus and Excel spreadsheet files specified without the t= option, EViews will automatically append the appropriate extension if it is not otherwise specified.
ASCII text files
Specify text string for NAs. Default is “NA”.
Specify delimiter (default is tab): “s” (space), “c” (comma).
Spreadsheet (Lotus, Excel) files
Coordinate of the upper-left cell containing data.
rv1.write(t=txt,na=.) a:\dat1.csv
writes the rowvector RV1 into an ASCII file named DAT1.CSV on the A: drive. NAs are coded as “.” (dot).
rv1.write(t=txt,na=.) dat1.csv
writes the same file in the default directory.
rv1.write(t=xls) "\\network\drive a\results"
saves the contents of RV1 in an Excel file “Results.xls” in the specified directory.
See “Exporting to a Spreadsheet or Text File” for a discussion.
See also pagesave and Rowvector::read.