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Re: how to read this data file in mathematica?

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  • Subject: [mg46423] Re: how to read this data file in mathematica?
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
  • Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 07:05:54 -0500 (EST)
  • Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
  • References: <c0s8tt$sm5$1@smc.vnet.net>
  • Reply-to: kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi,

In[]:=!! test.dat
  8.1000E-01  1.6090E+03
  8.3000E-01  1.5490E+03
  8.5000E-01  1.5810E+03
  8.7000E-01  1.5120E+03
  8.9000E-01  1.5650E+03
  9.1000E-01  1.5680E+03
  9.3000E-01  1.5450E+03
  9.5000E-01  1.6570E+03
  9.7000E-01  1.5900E+03
  9.9000E-01  1.5750E+03

In[]:=Import["test.dat", "Table"]
Out[]={{0.81, 1609.}, {0.83, 1549.}, {0.85, 1581.}, {0.87, 1512.},
{0.89, 
    1565.}, {0.91, 1568.}, {0.93, 1545.}, {0.95, 1657.}, {0.97, 1590.},
{0.99,
     1575.}}

Regards
  Jens

newer wrote:
> 
> hi,
> I have a data file with its first line of data as follows:
>   8.1000E-01  1.6090E+03
>   8.3000E-01  1.5490E+03
>   8.5000E-01  1.5810E+03
>   8.7000E-01  1.5120E+03
>   8.9000E-01  1.5650E+03
>   9.1000E-01  1.5680E+03
>   9.3000E-01  1.5450E+03
>   9.5000E-01  1.6570E+03
>   9.7000E-01  1.5900E+03
>   9.9000E-01  1.5750E+03
> Now I want to read it in mathematica and transform it to satisfy the
> data format as below.
> 
> {{8.1000E-01  1.6090E+03},
>  {8.3000E-01  1.5490E+03},
>  {8.5000E-01  1.5810E+03}}
> 
> what should i do?
> thx!


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