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Re: Beginner's Question on I/O Files for Raw Numerical Data

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  • Subject: [mg57927] Re: Beginner's Question on I/O Files for Raw Numerical Data
  • From: Curt Fischer <tentrillion at gmail.NOSPAM.com>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 05:50:43 -0400 (EDT)
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John Schutkeker wrote:
> I'm looking for an economical way to make polar plots of the trajectories 
> of the nine planets, from a 'C' simulation I'm writing, and since Excel is 
> insufficient, I'm thinking of moving up to Mathematica.  Can anybody tell 
> me if Mathematica can read and write lists of ascii data?  And am I right 
> in assuming that there's no way to read and write .csv files (comma 
> separated values)?

No, you are not right.  Mathematica can do this!  Did you search the 
Master Index in the Help Browser for "CSV"?  That's what I would do if I 
were you.

-- 
Curt Fischer


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