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 Mar7 comment How to match two sets of data over 1 or more identifier, of unequal length? yes i tried it, the thing is the data I need to access are saved in a Access Database.. somehow I couldn't establish a link to the ms access directly... Mar7 asked How to match two sets of data over 1 or more identifier, of unequal length? Mar7 revised How to efficiently Append a result of an operation on each element of a list to itself edited body Mar7 accepted Check in a series if there exists adjacent values with less than a certain number of missing values Mar7 accepted Select/Delete with Sublist elements? Mar7 awarded Scholar Mar7 accepted How to sum up subelements of a list of unknown length Mar7 accepted How to Delete Elements from List1 appearing in List2? Mar7 asked How to efficiently Append a result of an operation on each element of a list to itself Mar1 asked Select/Delete with Sublist elements? Feb28 comment How to solve for an Z-Score of a T-Distribution? thank you for your help, both solutions work well, sometimes I feel like its very hard to compute with mathematica, the next time I think again its so convenient :P Feb28 revised How to solve for an Z-Score of a T-Distribution? deleted 2 characters in body Feb28 asked How to solve for an Z-Score of a T-Distribution? Feb15 asked How to sum up subelements of a list of unknown length Feb5 awarded Nice Question Feb5 comment Check in a series if there exists adjacent values with less than a certain number of missing values thank you for your explanation: I used the following values: testsample = {0., 1., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0.}; findLsts3[testsample, 4, 4] Feb4 comment Check in a series if there exists adjacent values with less than a certain number of missing values thank you for the alternative solution! Feb4 awarded Commentator Feb4 comment Check in a series if there exists adjacent values with less than a certain number of missing values additionally, it does not cover cases of a lot of zeros. so far: {0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0} returns too much lists with zero. probably one has to just remove all lists where Count[zeros]=length resultlist. Edit: It Just occurs for len=maxZeros (and len= 0 &]? I'm stuck here at the momens :s.. thanks a lot!