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comment What is the new command for AffineMap?
AffineTransform might be what you're looking for?
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answered Downloading files without using Import
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Nov
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comment Dealing with large files
Actually, this SO discussion "Way to deal with large data files in Wolfram Mathematica" looks pretty key for this. stackoverflow.com/questions/2370570/…
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comment Dealing with large files
I'm interested in this too. When I've been dealing with plain text files, I often use the split command in bash. i.e. split -l 500 data. Here's the man page.
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answered How do I make data retrieved from Wolfram|Alpha persist in a notebook?
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answered Where can I take a pool of words from?
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Oct
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accepted Comparing Unequal Lists of Surnames to Establish Over or Under-Representation
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comment Comparing Unequal Lists of Surnames to Establish Over or Under-Representation
@SimonWoods The example data used the wrong denominator in part of it (my bad), but I've double checked and the full sets do total out properly. Sorry - the ideas below are working quite well!
Oct
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comment Comparing Unequal Lists of Surnames to Establish Over or Under-Representation
@DavidSlater That would be great - a list that had the difference in percentage that could then be played with. My issue so far has been the different length of lists.
Oct
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comment Comparing Unequal Lists of Surnames to Establish Over or Under-Representation
@celtschk Changed above, is that better?
Oct
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input form
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comment Comparing Unequal Lists of Surnames to Establish Over or Under-Representation
@celtschk Good catch - I've now put a ToUpperCase in my code that generated these lists. Thanks!