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...@@ -446,7 +446,7 @@ In read_ts_tables(c("example1", "example2"), dir = "~/tsdb/daily", : ...@@ -446,7 +446,7 @@ In read_ts_tables(c("example1", "example2"), dir = "~/tsdb/daily", :
tsdb works with /time-series tables/ tsdb works with /time-series tables/
(=ts_tables=). These are numeric matrices, so there (=ts_tables=). These are numeric matrices, so there
is always a =dim= attribute. For a time-series table is always a =dim= attribute. For a time-series table
=x=, you get the number of observations with =dim(x)[[1]]= =x=, you get the number of observations with =dim(x)[[1]]=.
Attached to this matrix are several attributes: Attached to this matrix are several attributes:
...@@ -473,7 +473,7 @@ timestamp. For this, they may use the internal function ...@@ -473,7 +473,7 @@ timestamp. For this, they may use the internal function
** The file format ** The file format
tsdb can store and load time-series data. The format tsdb can store and load time-series data. The format
it uses is plain CSV; a sample file my look as it uses is plain CSV; a sample file may look as
follows: follows:
#+BEGIN_EXAMPLE #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE
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