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Data format AFTER import into Mathematica from Excel.xls worksheet
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*Subject*: [mg131937] Data format AFTER import into Mathematica from Excel.xls worksheet
*From*: nkormanik <nkormanik at gmail.com>
*Date*: Mon, 4 Nov 2013 23:15:39 -0500 (EST)
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I have a large Excel worksheet (200 columns, 4,000 rows). Every column has a unique and carefully chosen title/label.
I'm attempting to use it within Mathematica to create a large number of contour plots (1,000) -- using three columns at a time, for x, y, z.
The import, I suppose, occurs. At least it appears to have.
Here's the question:
-- Is Mathematica using my column titles, so that I can refer to them in commands subsequent to import?
-- If not, is there any format I can put my data into to begin with so that Mathematica will readily recognize my named columns?
I certainly wanted to be getting on with the contour plots (SmoothDensityHistogram), but am having trouble getting my data into the required form.
Any help appreciated.
Nicholas Kormanik
nkormanik at gmail.com
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