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 Mar30 revised Importing multiple files using a for-loop integer-less spec Table Mar30 suggested approved edit on Importing multiple files using a for-loop Mar30 comment Importing multiple files using a for-loop @Probabilitnator Don't agree, I think help is very helpful in Mathematica. But one has to spend some time on it. ;) Mar30 comment Importing multiple files using a for-loop Also, note that Table iterator doesn't need to be an increasing integer, but it can go over a list of files. Table[Import[file, "Data"], {file, files}]. Mar30 revised Importing multiple files using a for-loop alternative way Mar30 answered Importing multiple files using a for-loop Mar30 comment Importing multiple files using a for-loop Importing with Table will build the desired testList. Mar29 comment How to extract data from a list? Take[#, 3] & /@ coords takes first three elements from each sublist. Mar29 awarded Editor Mar29 revised Translating MATLAB's cell2mat into Mathematica fixed grammar, changed var name Mar29 answered Translating MATLAB's cell2mat into Mathematica Mar29 awarded Commentator Mar29 comment Translating MATLAB's cell2mat into Mathematica Yet couldn't we legitimize this question? Is the example in Mathematica {{{1}, {2, 3, 4}}, {{{5}, {9}}, {{6, 7, 8}, {10, 11, 12}}}}? How does one turn this into normal matrix? Mar28 comment How to plot a parametric region representing a coordinate transformation What does t = infinity mean here? As I understand arctan(T/X) runs merely from -1 to 1, and so t from -Pi/4 to Pi/4 ... ? Mar28 answered How to plot a parametric region representing a coordinate transformation Mar28 comment Matrix Determinant StringTake wouldn't work for row12 for example with two digits. This would work: StringTrim[#, {"row" ~~ DigitCharacter .. ~~ "(", ")"}] & /@ s Mar28 answered Matrix Determinant Mar26 comment Placeholders for map inside a map But extracting one column doesn't need Map. Part[list1, All, 2] extracts 2nd column, and Map[Part[list1, All, #] &, {1, 3}] both 1st and 3rd. Mar26 answered Extract attribute data from an XMLElement Mar26 comment Generating evenly spaced points on a curve @Szabolcs I was asking. I think now that MeshFunctions -> (#4&) samples points with a constant step for parameter, which don't make the desired arcs.