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Re: Questions on data transferring and analysis

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  • Subject: [mg2346] Re: Questions on data transferring and analysis
  • From: olee at ripco.com (O. Lee)
  • Date: Wed, 25 Oct 1995 02:14:07 -0400
  • Organization: Ripco BBS, Free Trial account (312) 665-0065

test (test at iastate.edu) wrote:
: Hi. I've recently started to use the Mathematica (version 2.2.3)
: in the PCs of my lab. I am a graduate student doing experimental
: physics. I wonder if it is a good idea to use the Mathematica for
: making spreadsheets and doing data analysis. Usually I use ordinary
: spreadsheet softwares such as Excel, Sigma Plot. Each has its own 
: features which others don't have. But I am not really satisfied with
: those.

You might want to take a look at 'Mathlink for Excel and Mathematica',
available from Wolfram Research. It is available for the Mac and 
Windows interfaces. It requires Mma 2.2 and Excel 4.0 or higher. Contact
Wolfram Research, Inc. at 1.800.441.MATH or email info at wri.com.
Hope this helps.

O. Lee


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