Desktop Survival Guide
by Graham Williams
We have illustrated in this chapter how to save Rattle's current state of affairs to a .rattle file. This file is in fact a standard R file, and is simply saving a single R object called crs (for Current Rattle State). The object has many slots, storing the dataset, the models, and various option settings.
Todo: Talk about the save and load commands, and more details about the rattle state data--i.e., the structure of crs.