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Nov
15
comment ListPlot with background image?
@Verbeia how are Inset and Overlay different?
Nov
15
comment ListPlot with background image?
Thank you +1! I love to combine Mathematica to real life :D
Nov
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Nov
14
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Nov
12
comment How to import files with headers?
Is there some easy way to do AND like *IT match and *INJ match? I do it currently this way Injections = Select[vnames, MemberQ[StringMatchQ[#, "*INJ"], True] &]; InjectiosIT = Select[Injections, MemberQ[StringMatchQ[#, "*IT"], True] &]; InjectiosIR = Select[Injections, MemberQ[StringMatchQ[#, "*IR"], True] &].
Nov
12
comment How to import files with headers?
vdata[{"FOPR", ""}] returns a lot of zeros {0, 0,..., 2200, 882, 436, ..., 0, ..., 7813812, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1582, 9632, 259, 301, 361, 301, 0, 0, ... in the beginning, in-between and at the end. Plotting this kind of data is not actually as easy as I supposed: have to scale the axis, deal with zeros between the results -- not sure which plot to use here, perhaps scatter plot -- it is about production terms so they could also be connected, thinking.
Nov
12
answered How to import files with headers?
Nov
12
revised How to import files with headers?
I made it easier to read with easy copy-paste example also, please accept edit so easy for future users also :)
Nov
12
comment How to import files with headers?
Is there some easy way to match all entries with parts such as PR in the name? I am planning this "regexp match all fields having 'PR' like 'FOPR' and 'GOPR'".
Nov
12
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Nov
12
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Nov
12
comment How to import files with headers?
Thank you, can you explain how to get data by name of the field? Cases such as vdata[{TIME}]; vdata[{"TIME",}]; vdata[{"TIME"}] are not working for me -- I got it! vdata[{"TIME", ""}] works, testing! :D
Nov
12
comment How to import files with headers?
I cannot understand vdata[{"L1_INJ", "GWIR"}], can you explain what it is doing? How does vdata[{"L1_INJ"}] work if you have non-unique match (how is collision-resolution handled)?
Nov
12
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Nov
11
comment How to import files with headers?
@Öskå Chris's answer does not return correct output :/ Alerted him now in chat.
Nov
11
comment How to import files with headers?
David Z in chat: "Ah, well I was going to say Map[{#[[1]] <> #[[2]], #[[3 ;;]]} &, list]. There should be a nicer way to do it with pattern substitution though, anyway."
Nov
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Nov
11
comment How to import files with headers?
Btw I noticed that this file is a ragged, starting on the col position with empty column name 4526-16144, irritating. I think I will just preprocess the file first in my editor and then just read in Mathematica.
Nov
11
comment Reading specific entries from a CSV file
Sorry I cannot understand what you are doing there: I am a bit lost why the solutions get so complicated. Perhaps you understand this puzzle here better than me?