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millot.marius Posted - 05/15/2012 : 6:30:31 PM
Origin Ver. and Service Release (Select Help-->About Origin): 8.5.1 SR2
Operating System:7

Hi

I am using a filter to import data with several column
In the filter, i add a script to run to specify units, name etc

I would like to know how, if possible I could include here a way to associate with the newly created columns a "set column values" code

The idea is that I would be able to modify the "set column value" code afterward.

So far i am only able to create columns and assign, once the appropriate content, but i can't change a parameter in the relationship between my primary data columns and the derived values.
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millot.marius Posted - 05/16/2012 : 12:31:44 AM
perfect
easwar Posted - 05/15/2012 : 10:04:19 PM
Hi,

You can use the csetvalue X-Function in your script to set up the formula for an existing column, and even set up before-formula script for that calculation, and also the recalculate mode:

http://originlab.com/www/helponline/Origin/en/Programming/mergedProjects/X-Function/X-Function/Csetvalue.html

Easwar
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