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It is common to use R language to group and summarize data of files. Sometimes we may find ourselves processing comparatively big files which have smaller computed result and bigger source data. We cannot load them wholly to the memory when we need to compute them. The only solutions could be batch importing and computing as well as result merging. We’ll use an example in the following to illustrate the way of R language to group and summarize data from big text files.

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