Dealing with zip files in R #rstats

> setwd("/home/ajay/Downloads")
> a=dir()
> class(a)
[1] "character"
> grep(".zip",a)
[1]  37  38  41  43  88  96 133
> b=grep(".zip",a)
> a[b]
[1] "alissa-coming-soon-v2-0(1).zip"            
[2] "alissa-coming-soon-v2-0.zip"               
[3] "CAX_EMC_Journalist_Data.zip"               
[4] "CAX_EMC_Racer_Data.zip"                    
[5] "matlab_R2015a_glnxa64.zip"                 
[6] "Photos.zip"                                
[7] "unvbasicvapp__9411003__vmx__en__sp0__1.zip"
> unzip("CAX_EMC_Racer_Data.zip")
> c=dir() 
library(Hmisc)

> c[c %nin% a] 
[1] "CAX_EMC_Racer_Garmin_Camera.csv" 
[2] "CAX_EMC_Racer_Garmin_Watch_Data.csv"
[3] "CAX_EMC_Racer_Motorcycle_Data.csv"
  ps- I know Hadley's convenient wrappR  packages are all the rage now, but nothing, i repeat
 nothing beats Frank Harell and Ripley's cool packages

	

Mad Max Movie Review : Why Fury Road is so awesome

  1. They didnot use computer generated effects, they used human generated effects.
  2. They made sure 3D was actually realistic and not just a rip off to charge more money.
  3. Tom Hardy and Theron are awesome actors. So are Hoult. No the splendid wifey was not a splendid actress again.
  4. The same director and the same villain as 1979! movie
  5. Design ! Design !
  6. Witness the V8 riding off to Valhalla.
  7. The sound track was actually appropriate to the context and delivered!
  8. Double guitar throwing flames from a guitarist suspended in air in a truck full of speakers and drum players!
  9. Mechanical Engineering is much more cool than Computer Science engineering in terms of visual effects :-p
  10. I wish Mel Gibson had made a cameo. or Tina Turner!