g.data: Delayed-Data Packages
Create and maintain delayed-data packages (ddp's). Data
stored in a ddp are available on demand, but do not take up
memory until requested. You attach a ddp with g.data.attach(),
then read from it and assign to it in a manner similar to
S-PLUS, except that you must run g.data.save() to actually
commit to disk.
||David Brahm <brahm at alum.mit.edu>|