[R] Sending a matrix in an email

Carl Witthoft carl at witthoft.com
Mon Nov 18 14:07:29 CET 2013

I think it'd be easier and safer to save the matrix, either as an .Rdata
binary or as a text file, zip that file, and use the sendmailR tools to
attach the file to your message.

Fuchs Ira-3 wrote
> I have a matrix which has colnames and I would like to send this matrix
> using sendmailR. How can I convert this simple matrix to a format which
> can be used as the body variable in sendmailR? I see how I can create a
> file attachment using mime_part but I would like to send the matrix in the
> body of the email. 
> The matrix looks like:
>       ABD  DEF  GHI  JKL MNO   TOT 
> [1,] 0.44 0.81 1.67 0.37 0.31 -1.18
> All the conversions I have tried end up sending the matrix without the
> colnames.
> Thanks.
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