I usually use
dput() to a) save R objects, and b) to understand their internal structure. However, in the TraMineR package I encounter something I haven't seen before:
library(TraMineR) data(actcal.tse) actcal.seqe <- seqecreate(id = actcal.tse$id, timestamp = actcal.tse$time, event = actcal.tse$event) dput(head(actcal.seqe))
structure(list(<pointer: 0x1016201b0>, <pointer: 0x101603940>, <pointer: 0x101615330>, <pointer: 0x101615360>, <pointer: 0x10163c860>, <pointer: 0x10163c890>), class = c("seqelist", "list"))
What does this mean? Is the internal structure not visible?