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RE: Re: using the output from a notebook in another notebook

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  • Subject: [mg93419] RE: [mg93306] Re: using the output from a notebook in another notebook
  • From: "Tugrul Temel" <temelt at xs4all.nl>
  • Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2008 06:00:25 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <gejj2o$2l8$1@smc.vnet.net> <200811031027.FAA05187@smc.vnet.net>

Dear All,

I have a Package file http://www.ecorec.org/BayesianEstimation.m
My original data set http://www.ecorec.org/5_AngolaSNA2002.xls has a matrix
of (2500, 2500) dimension with real numbers.

I have run the http://www.ecorec.org/BayesianEstimation.m using small
samples and conclude that the package is perfectly fine, generating the
expected output. This ".m" file retrieved within the code
http://www.ecorec.org/BayesianOutput.nb In the first run, however, you will
have a lot of errors. In the second run the number of errors decline
substantially. But in the third run, the package runs smoothly generating
the desired outcome. Result is that the package does not have any problem
but maybe has inefficient programming. 

Could you suggest me:

1) more efficient methods to assign variable names. Apparently, I mix up the
local and global names.

2) ways to save memory when I run the ".m" file using the XLS data set
provided above. Applying the code using large data sets I encounter
"insufficient memory problem". This is where I am stuck. To get around this
problem, I need to only keep the necessary outputs from the previous steps.
But I do not know how to save those outputs I need. 

I need your help in especially solving the memory problem.

Regards,
Tugrul






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