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Re: data source for demonstration

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  • Subject: [mg91680] Re: [mg91671] data source for demonstration
  • From: Benjamin Reedlunn <breedlun at>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2008 06:39:45 -0400 (EDT)
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Is this data set coming from a previous mathematica session or another  
source?  If it is another source, there are only certain formats that  
are allowed.

I've often created a huge amount of data (or equations) during an  
analysis in Mathematica, then saved it using:

Save["Results", {data1,data2}];

This creates a file named "Results" in your current working directory,  
which can be set by:


You can later read in the data into another notebook, or another  
mathematica session using the command:


Hope this helps!

-Ben Reedlunn

On Sep 3, 2008, at 6:46 AM, Amir wrote:

> I would like to create a demonstration that does analysis on a dataset
> that is too large to fit into a notebook. What is the best way (or any
> way) to bundle data with a demonstration? Import["url", ...]?
> The examples on the Demonstrations site that I could find either had
> the data in the notebook or used something like CountryData or other
> data paclet that I guess also comes with Mathematica Player.
> Thanks.

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