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comment Showing the correlation of two variables using a plot
@ChrisDegnen, the example you're providing is even more interesting, I've never came across that function before. Thanks for pointing it out.
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revised Showing the correlation of two variables using a plot
Merged my two answers as requested by Szabolcs.
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comment Data Table Manipulation in Mathematica: Step 2
Great. I think that this function should be included by default in Mathematica, it makes data manipulation clear and easy. Thanks Leonid.
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comment Data Table Manipulation in Mathematica: Step 2
I have a suggestion for an additional improvement. Right now in the above function the 'columns' argument is optional, but the 'where' argument is not. It might be useful to make also the 'where' argument optional. In this way it would be possible to use this function to extract all the elements of a column by using the header name. Unfortunately, it seems that I'm not able to adapt the function to fulfill also this capability.
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accepted Data Table Manipulation in Mathematica: Step 2
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comment Data Table Manipulation in Mathematica: Step 2
Very nice indeed.
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comment Data Table Manipulation in Mathematica: Step 2
Perfect. Thank you a lot.
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asked Data Table Manipulation in Mathematica: Step 2