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Sune Gaulshoj
10/31/07 07:46am

Hi,

I have a .csv file with my data, which I have imported into Mathematica and assigned it as data:

data = Import["RawDataManipulated.csv"]

The .csv file consists of 20 columns and 5000 rows of data and hence becomes a table of those dimensions in Mathematica.

Now I want to "pick-up" each column by themselves and calculate moments on them e.g. as a list.

I need skewness and kurtosis for each column.

Are there an easy way to manipulate the table or import it in a different format (Grid, List, Partition etc.), or an easy way to reference an entire column when I calculate the moments?

Sune

URL: Gaulshoj@gmail.com,

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Manipulating/ picking up columns in imported data Sune Gaulshoj 10/31/07 07:46am
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