How to Read Zip Files in R

How to Read Zip Files in R, The fundamental syntax to read a ZIP file into R is as follows:

library(readr)

Let’s import data1.csv located within my_data.zip

df <- read_csv(unzip("my_data.zip", "data1.csv"))

The usage of this syntax in practice is demonstrated by the example that follows.

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How to Read Zip Files in R

Let’s say we have a ZIP file called my data.zip with the following three CSV files inside:

data1.csv
data2.csv
data3.csv

If this ZIP file is present in my working directory, we can use the syntax below to list every file inside of it:

Let’s display all files in my_data.zip

unzip("my_data.zip", list = TRUE)
       Name Length                Date
1 data1.csv     47 2022-12-10 09:48:00
2 data2.csv     46 2022-12-19 09:49:00
3 data3.csv     44 2022-12-19 10:54:00

Within our data.zip, each file’s name, size, and creation date are displayed, along with the file’s location.

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The dataset data1.csv may now be imported into an R data frame using the syntax shown below:

library(readr)

Now we can read data1.csv into the data frame

df1 <- read_csv(unzip("my_data.zip", "data1.csv"))

Let’s view the data frame

df1
# A tibble: 4 x 2
  team  points
1 A         22
2 B         41
3 C         25
4 D         45

This CSV file was successfully imported into a data frame by R, as can be seen.

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