skoukourinkova

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Thanks, Scott. I appreciate your help. Well, here is what I tried: > readlib(readdata); datalist := readdata(MapleImportDataTrial, float, 3); proc(fIdent) ... end; Error, (in readline) file or directory does not exist > A := convert(datalist, matrix); Error, (in convert/matrix) expecting array, rtable or list > f := fopen("/documents/MapleImportDataTrial.txt", READ); Error, (in fopen) file or directory does not exist > readdata(/Documents/MapleImportDataTrial.txt); Error, invalid product/quotient How should I specify the filename path on Mac? Thanks, SDK
Thanks, Scott. I appreciate your help. Well, here is what I tried: > readlib(readdata); datalist := readdata(MapleImportDataTrial, float, 3); proc(fIdent) ... end; Error, (in readline) file or directory does not exist > A := convert(datalist, matrix); Error, (in convert/matrix) expecting array, rtable or list > f := fopen("/documents/MapleImportDataTrial.txt", READ); Error, (in fopen) file or directory does not exist > readdata(/Documents/MapleImportDataTrial.txt); Error, invalid product/quotient How should I specify the filename path on Mac? Thanks, SDK
Thanks... To my knowledge, there are no add-ons for Excel2008, and I tried the Import and readdata commands but no success. By the way, I am using a mac, and I might not be specifying the filename path the right way when using readdata. What is the right way to do that? My file has both text and numerical data (3 columns and about 700 rows), so I need to export only one of the columns without the text.
Thanks... To my knowledge, there are no add-ons for Excel2008, and I tried the Import and readdata commands but no success. By the way, I am using a mac, and I might not be specifying the filename path the right way when using readdata. What is the right way to do that? My file has both text and numerical data (3 columns and about 700 rows), so I need to export only one of the columns without the text.
Yes, I meant to do a Gaussian fit to the data, and graph the fit and the histogram in the same plot. I applied Mean and StandardDeviation commands to the data. I also used a FrequencyTable to extract the frequency, and later applied Nonlinear Fit to the data but seems like the approach you suggest is faster and works better than the approach I described above. I will try it. Thank you so much. Sabina
Yes, I meant to do a Gaussian fit to the data, and graph the fit and the histogram in the same plot. I applied Mean and StandardDeviation commands to the data. I also used a FrequencyTable to extract the frequency, and later applied Nonlinear Fit to the data but seems like the approach you suggest is faster and works better than the approach I described above. I will try it. Thank you so much. Sabina
Thanks for the suggestion... :-)
Thanks for the suggestion... :-)
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