Re: how to read such kind of list?

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg90774] Re: how to read such kind of list?*From*: 863 <42838879 at qq.com>*Date*: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 06:00:29 -0400 (EDT)*References*: <200807220758.DAA13834@smc.vnet.net> <g64dc9$i49$1@smc.vnet.net>

Hi, Tom, I tried: ReadList["**.txt",Word] and "Partition" to get sublists. Obviously, yours is the best way. Pity there is no such command "Grid" in V.5.0 I use, but i can figure it out thanks for your help On 7=D4=C222=C8=D5, =CF=C2=CE=E76=CA=B139=B7=D6, "Thomas Dowling" <thomasgd= owl... at gmail.com> wrote: > Hello, > > Although there are probably better ways, I would use Import rather than > ReadList > > Something like the following ... > > list = Import["/Users/..../test.txt", "Table"] > > Out[45] = {{"The", "stat", "results", "of", "Quantum", "Dots", "of", > "file", > ":", "D:\\ProGram\\qd", "2.1.2\\1.TXT"}, {}, {"totally", 110, "QDs", > "were", "segmented"}, {}, {"QD", "number", "per", "cm^2:", > 4.36659*10^10, "per", "cm^2"}, {"mean", "height:", 5.29252, > "nm"}, {"mean", "diameter:", 28.8015, "nm"}, {"mean", "distance:", > 33.3098, "nm"}, {"area", "coverage:", 0.291367}, {"volume", > "density:", 0.545079, "nm^3", "per", "nm^2"}, {"mean", > "orientation:", 1.2718, "degree", "with", "x-axis"}, {"mean", > "MajorAxisLength:", 28.3723, "nm"}, {"mean", "MinorAxisLength:", > 20.4584, "nm"}, {}, {"Diameter", "Height", "Area", > "MajorAxisLength", "MinorAxisLength", "Orientation", "CentroidX", > "CentroidY", "Volume", "Distance"}, {30.6543, 5.68231, 738.026, > 31.1171, 23.1063, -1.62224, 15.3199, 215.548, 1593.05, > 48.7416}, {26.0824, 5.76352, 534.3, 25.9359, 20.2485, -27.2306, > 10.9906, 349.057, 1109.33, 30.6338}, {16.9929, 2.05731, 226.789, > 15.9034, 11.4045, -80.5826, 5.92925, 419.607, 104.23, > 32.4718}, {33.1842, 5.23201, 864.874, 33.2583, 23.8731, 2.54486, > 33.0374, 170.141, 1416.6, 40.4787}, {34.6983, 6.37284, 945.596, > 35.0717, 25.0663, 0.415529, 35.6798, 386.624, 1878.84, > 27.9015}, {32.2872, 6.18688, 818.748, 31.8627, 23.3669, -8.17129, > 36.0545, 67.1377, 1757.76, 51.3242}} > > I can then manipulate the above list. For example, > > list[[-7 ;; -1]] > > Grid[%] > > Or, if I just want data (no headings) > > Grid@list[[-6 ;; -1]] > > I use Mathematica 6. > > Tom Dowling > >

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