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  • From: Aaron <aaron.sokolik at gmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2012 04:14:07 -0400 (EDT)
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I'm new to Mathematica and trying to run rebuild some programs from other systems in Mathematica.  I'm operating on large data lists and receiving the unequal length error.  However, if I simply paste the output without the extra curly bracket into an operation, everything works.  Obviously, copying and pasting wont work for functions... How can I get around this? 

Below are the functions I'm using to generate two lists from a single dataset:

ln[13]:= MapThread[Mean, Sequence[{{testdata}}]]
Out[13]= {{15.0059, 14.9897, 15.0248,....}}

ln[14]:= Last[testdata]
Out[14]= {14.9602, 14.8624, 15.3364, 15.0231,....}

When I run Length on each of the outputs, I receive the proper number of datapoints for the Last function but receive an output of "1" for the Mean function.  If I paste the output with only 1 "{" though and run Length, I receive the proper output. 

I know this must be simple but I'm stuck.



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