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Re: Multiple Executions of .nb file

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  • Subject: [mg90479] Re: Multiple Executions of .nb file
  • From: dh <dh at metrohm.ch>
  • Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 06:37:45 -0400 (EDT)
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Hi Dave,

the way to do this is to define a function. Simply wrap a function 

around the content of your notebook. I your case:

fun[]:=(multiplier == 1;Plot[{Sin[multiplier*x] // Print}])

then you may use the function inside a loop. Note that in version 6 you 

must add a Print to the Plot statement.

hope this helps, Daniel



Dave wrote:

> Can I run a notebook file over a specific number of iterations and store the 

> results?

> 

> For example if I had a notebook file:

> test.nb

> 

>             multiplier == 1

>            Plot[{Sin[multiplier*x]}]

> 

> 

> could I run it from another notebook

> run.nb

> 

>         For[i=1, i < 4, i = i + 1, initfile test.nb (multiplier == i)]

> 

> and have the outputs stored in another file?

> 

> if anyone has any suggestions or if I am not being clear: 

> davidl4ie at yahoo.co.uk

> 

> 

> 

> 

> 





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