I have Sony external hard drive HD-E2, and it was working fine; I could save files on it and copy files from it. But then, suddenly, I was only able to read from it. I find it odd since it was working great for almost 4 months.
Thanks guess I will have to buy another external hard drive to save my Apple iMac pictures. My external hard drive has 15 years of 141,000 pictures from my old Windows computer that I'm not going to delete as long as I can save them to my new iMac 3 terabyte computer. Which I already have. So thanks for the help. It has been fun but frustrating at times making the Apple transition. Will this Apple support carry on beyond my 90 day after purchase I think this service could be very helpful for some of my other questions.
I looked into some forums and understood that this could be a problem of R version.While saving the file, I did not do anything different: I simply used save button in the Environment space and replaced the already existing file.I tried using ReadRDS, readr but no help.
The save workspace button of Rstudio should have created an RData file. If you're seeing that file is a csv file, then it was likely overwritten somehow. Unfortunately, that means the file that the workspace was saved to is no longer there. This could have by passing the .RData path to a subsequent call to write.csv() or perhaps when copying or moving files around from whatever file manager on the system is.
When you save your file, you expect to see everything in your file intact the next time you open the file to continue working. Saving implies that the file format in which the file is saved supports anything that could be in your file, including guidelines, anchors, pins, stickers, glyph notes, tags, color cells etc. FontLab VI uses two file formats for saving: VFC (binary) and VFJ (JSON based). Both formats preserve all the elements used in the font design process. Some users may want to save work in other formats, such as UFO, XFO, or VFB, to exchange with other applications. The options to export in these formats are available in Preferences > Save Fonts. Note that saving in formats other than VFC or VFJ is actually exporting and may lose some data specific to FontLab, such as glyph notes, pins, element references, etc. 1e1e36bf2d