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Re: Multiple Window Feature Request

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  • Subject: [mg108912] Re: Multiple Window Feature Request
  • From: Nate Dudenhoeffer <ndudenhoeffer at gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2010 03:19:04 -0400 (EDT)

I  use Mathematica for data processing on some large data sets.  Often this
involves using a "For" loop, which may have many steps.  I know it
preferable to use "map" type functions, but this is not always practical.
For example processing time-dependent data where the result of element n
determines how element n+1 will be processed.  I often  look back at early
in the loop to see how I have defined variables.

Thanks for the suggestions on technique.  I should probably also make a
practice of defining more sub-routines, which can be called with a single
command and that would make it easier to navigate.  I don't think having
multiple windows is a major issue, but I would find it convenient.

Nate

On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 4:12 AM, Murray Eisenberg <murray at math.umass.edu>wrote:

> In my reply of a few minutes ago I forgot another solution to your
> problem.  You are organizing your notebook into sections, subsections,
> etc., right?  (If not, you should be!)
>
> Then just collapse the entire sections, etc., groups between the
> beginning of the notebook and where you're working at the end.
>
> On 3/26/2010 6:34 AM, Nate Dudenhoeffer wrote:
> > I would really like to be able to have multiple windows of the same
> notebook
> > open.  Often I will have a very long notebook.  This feature would be
> > especially handy in debugging, as often the way something is declared at
> the
> > beginning of the notebook will create problems later.  Anybody else out
> > there think this would be useful?
> >
> > Nate
> >
> >
>
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