Re: Saving data with notebook
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- Subject: [mg111905] Re: Saving data with notebook
- From: annetts729 <annetts729 at gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 07:05:57 -0400 (EDT)
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Hi Kent, On Aug 17, 1:21 pm, "Kent A. Vander Velden" <kent.vandervel... at gmail.com> wrote: > My routine is typically to Import data into Mathematica (often multiple > files), perform some manipulation, and plot the results. I'd like to be able > to use the Mathematica notebook as the archive of the raw data, analysis, > and results. To do this, I'd like to save the contents of some if not all > the variables associated with a notebook, preferably into the notebook. I've > searched for methods to do this and the only thing I've found is to print > the contents of variable and reformat this to form an assignment that canbe > save with the notebook. This is not so great in my case as often the input > data is several 100 megabytes. I suspect this is a common need and I'm > curious how other handle it. I'm probably overlooking an obvious option. > > Thank you There is DumpSave which allows you to save various parts of a session. Perhaps using this to save particular variables would work for you? D.