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I have received an output in GEE code editor in the form of a list of lists of numbers as shown below:

var list1 = ee.List([[1.7,2.4,3.1],[1.3,2.7,3.1],[1.4,2.4,3.2],[1.9,2.8,3.7]]);

I want to export this result in the form of a csv and for this, I tried the following:

Export.table.toDrive(ee.FeatureCollection(list1));

But it throws the error citing this:

Collection, argument 'features': Invalid type. Expected: List<Element>. Actual: List<List<Float>>.

Can you help as I am unable to understand where the problem is?

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First, you don't need to use Export to be able to reproduce the error, just use print:

var list1 = ee.List([[1.7,2.4,3.1],[1.3,2.7,3.1],[1.4,2.4,3.2],[1.9,2.8,3.7]]);
var fc = ee.FeatureCollection(list1)
print(fc)

Collection, argument 'features': Invalid type. Expected: List<Element>. Actual: List<List<Float>>

Depending in the output you want is what you have to do. I show you just a csv with one column with name list and one row (the Feature):

You have to create a Feature with a property in which you will "store" that list, and then create a FeatureCollection with that Feature

var list1 = ee.List([[1.7,2.4,3.1],[1.3,2.7,3.1],[1.4,2.4,3.2],[1.9,2.8,3.7]]);
var features = ee.FeatureCollection([ee.Feature(null, {'list': list1})])
print(features)
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  • It worked but a further clarification required, please: the output csv when opened in excel environment gives the complete list in one cell. Is it possible to export such that it takes some kind of easily workable format?
    – user95904
    Dec 2 '19 at 12:19
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    that is why I said "Depending in the output you want is what you have to do". Take in count that every Feature is a row, so if you want many rows, you'll have to write many features Dec 2 '19 at 12:48

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