Write a data frame to a delimited file
vroom_write( x, file, delim = "\t", eol = "\n", na = "NA", col_names = !append, append = FALSE, quote = c("needed", "all", "none"), escape = c("double", "backslash", "none"), bom = FALSE, num_threads = vroom_threads(), progress = vroom_progress(), path = deprecated() )
A data frame or tibble to write to disk.
File or connection to write to.
Delimiter used to separate values. Defaults to
The end of line character to use. Most commonly either
String used for missing values. Defaults to 'NA'.
How to handle fields which contain characters that need to be quoted.
The type of escape to use when quotes are in the data.
Number of threads to use when reading and materializing vectors. If your data contains newlines within fields the parser will automatically be forced to use a single thread only.
Display a progress bar? By default it will only display
in an interactive session and not while knitting a document. The display
is updated every 50,000 values and will only display if estimated reading
time is 5 seconds or more. The automatic progress bar can be disabled by
# If you only specify a file name, vroom_write() will write # the file to your current working directory. out_file <- tempfile(fileext = "csv") vroom_write(mtcars, out_file, ",") # You can also use a literal filename # vroom_write(mtcars, "mtcars.tsv") # If you add an extension to the file name, write_()* will # automatically compress the output. # vroom_write(mtcars, "mtcars.tsv.gz") # vroom_write(mtcars, "mtcars.tsv.bz2") # vroom_write(mtcars, "mtcars.tsv.xz")