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Bram Willemsen
12/17/08 08:20am

Hello everyone,

I got a datafile containing 7 collums. Each collumn represents a different kind of data. I am only interested in one of the collumns though, i'd like to import that one as a list into mathematica. I admit that i am not that experienced since i only used it for a month or 2. I really hope that someone knows a command to import only 1 of the collumns as list. My datafile looks like this for example and i am only interested in collumn e. e1 e2 e3 are different numbers. (The datafile is 11000 rows long).

Help would be greatly appreciated since i am totally lost because of the many functions mathematica has :) Happy holidays all!



a1 b1 c1 d1 e1 f1 g1
a2 b2 c2 d2 e2 f2 g2
a3 b3 c3 d3 e3 f3 g3

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Author Date Posted
Importing one collumn of a datafile Bram Willemsen 12/17/08 08:20am
Re: Importing one collumn of a datafile Kaveh 12/17/08 10:09pm
Re: Re: Importing one collumn of a datafile BramWillemsen 12/19/08 12:58pm
Re: Importing one collumn of a datafile BramWillemsen 12/18/08 04:54am
Re: Re: Importing one collumn of a datafile Kaveh 12/19/08 09:54am
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