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Mar
17
comment What is the fastest way to extract a substring from a huge string?
thanks very much! That piece of code looks perfect for my needs. I will have to test it on my data.
Mar
17
comment What is the fastest way to extract a substring from a huge string?
I'm sorry for the many edits. had to fix a logical thing :) Thanks for help.
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17
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Mar
17
asked What is the fastest way to extract a substring from a huge string?
Mar
11
accepted Launching external program in background process with ParallelSubmit
Mar
10
comment Launching external program in background process with ParallelSubmit
@AlbertRetey: Thanks very much for your fast comment (which is in fact the answer). You guess was totally right. Would you be so kind and post your comment as an answer?
Mar
10
asked Launching external program in background process with ParallelSubmit
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
16
comment Running out of memory when partitioning an image with ImagePartition
@bills: Thanks for the nice answer. Since my data is quite large, I will try it with the ImageFileFilter idea you proposed and see what comes out. I will add the results to the question.
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Jan
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comment Running out of memory when partitioning an image with ImagePartition
I added some information on the application of the function on my data in the question above.
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Nov
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comment Single image import from stack via FTP connection
@UDB: Indeed ;) Thanks for the comment. I also figured that out and realized that this is quite obvious. However, I came up with a good workaround. Instead of accessing the multi-page tiffs, I wrote the functions to split, export and access the relevant data. I also zipped the images such that they can be accessed faster. This workaround is good enough for the task :)
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Nov
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revised Single image import from stack via FTP connection
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Nov
6
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
6
comment Running out of memory when partitioning an image with ImagePartition
I will try to do that. I have to say that I used another workaround instead, so I will have to first look for the code ;)
Nov
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