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Posted By cosmologist
I just noticed that I said it has (127) columns I...
I just noticed that I said it has (127) columns I meant (127!) so it's really huge. Here are the first two lines:


head -2 Dof1651.dat

0.003235 0.003156 0.002684 0.002419 0.002499 0.002548...
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Posted By cosmologist
Absolute and maximum
I have a big file with 127 columns and 869 rows. What I am trying to do is to get the absolute value of all numbers in the file, and then get the maximum of each column.

If this was for one column...
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Posted By cosmologist
Thanks that worked :) I have one last question...
Thanks that worked :)
I have one last question about this, if I want to apply the method to a set o columns (about 125!) do I have to do it for one by one or there is a way to do them all at once.
...
853
Posted By cosmologist
This will give me the sum of all. But what I want...
This will give me the sum of all. But what I want is the sum of each entry + Previous to form a column like the one obove. Is that doable?
853
Posted By cosmologist
Adding previous results
Hi,

I am trying to use awk to do the following:

For a column:


5
3
4
2
7
I want to start with the first entry then add the second to the first, third to second ..etc:


5
8
12
14...
4,633
Posted By cosmologist
Looks great now :) Thank you very much!
Looks great now :) Thank you very much!
4,633
Posted By cosmologist
Your last solution worked on that set of data :)...
Your last solution worked on that set of data :) Thank you :)

I have one last question about this... If I want to run this on more than one column (about 75 or more), how can I apply it?
When I...
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Posted By cosmologist
I didn't mean the decimals, but the actual...
I didn't mean the decimals, but the actual numbers:

3005.600 3009.200 3012.800

and

3005.6 3012.2 3018.8
4,633
Posted By cosmologist
When I use this set of numbers: 3002.300...
When I use this set of numbers:


3002.300
3002.600
3002.900
3003.200
3003.500
3003.800
3004.100
3004.400
3004.700
3005.000
3005.300
3005.600
3005.900
3006.200
3006.500
3006.800...
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Posted By cosmologist
Thank you for the help :) I tried to apply it...
Thank you for the help :)
I tried to apply it to a larger scale but I think I am missing something...
What I am trying to do is instead of taking the average of every 3 points, I am taking the...
4,633
Posted By cosmologist
Ok, I know what it is that confused me now :) ...
Ok, I know what it is that confused me now :)

So in the example that you mentioned



What I was thinking was:

(1+5+2)/3, (2+6+3)/3, (3+7+4)/3, (4+5+5)/3

[If I am using the mathematical...
4,633
Posted By cosmologist
I read that part and it made sense, but when I...
I read that part and it made sense, but when I applied it to my data I didn't get what I was expecting, so now thinking about it I might have a problem with the mathematical concept itself..

I...
4,633
Posted By cosmologist
I used the code that you suggested: For the...
I used the code that you suggested:
For the data:


3002.000
3002.300
3002.600
3002.900
3003.200
3003.500
3003.800
3004.100
3004.400
3004.700
3005.000
3005.300
3005.600
3005.900...
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Posted By cosmologist
I am sorry I didn't mean to sound rude, the...
I am sorry I didn't mean to sound rude, the reason I took a week is that I was trying to figure it out myself first :(
It is not urgent but I just thought that if more details are needed for my...
4,633
Posted By cosmologist
Any thoughts on this... I am still not able to...
Any thoughts on this... I am still not able to solve it :(:(:(
4,633
Posted By cosmologist
Thanks for your help :) I am trying to apply...
Thanks for your help :)
I am trying to apply this idea to "degrade" the output of a model resolution.

For the sample:

$ vi model.dat


3002.000 1.2874e+32
3002.300 1.2898e+32
3002.600...
4,633
Posted By cosmologist
"Smoothing" the data
Hi!

Is there a way to use awk to "smooth" a set of data? That is, doing what the "SMOOTH" function in IDL does (SMOOTH (http://idlastro.gsfc.nasa.gov/idl_html_help/SMOOTH.html)) ?

Thanks!
2,380
Posted By cosmologist
Is that the same as awk '{print $1}' ? I used the...
Is that the same as awk '{print $1}' ? I used the 2 methods and I get different outputs!
2,380
Posted By cosmologist
This is what I get (it looks like something is...
This is what I get (it looks like something is missing?):



cut -d ' ' -c 1 ResultOfChiNGC1856A.dat
usage: cut -b list [-n] [file ...]
cut -c list [file ...]
cut -f list [-s]...
2,380
Posted By cosmologist
What confuses me is the 8 files were created in...
What confuses me is the 8 files were created in the same exact way (shown below) the sum script works for 6 of them and doesn't work for 2!!
The number of line (wc -l) is 165 as expected. Here is...
2,380
Posted By cosmologist
Getting the sum
I am trying to get the sum of the first column of a file. When I use the same method for other files it works just fine... for some reason for the file below it gives me an error that I don't...
1,696
Posted By cosmologist
Exponents
Hi!

I have a set of numbers like this


1192.0 0.219E+00
1192.0 -0.446E-02
1192.0 0.924E-01
1192.0 -0.306E-01
1192.0 0.105E-03
1192.0 0.819E-01


Is there an easy...
608
Posted By cosmologist
"Playing" with numbers
I am wondering if there is a way to create a file like this somehow without having to type it line by line... It becomes a torture to obtain such a file when i am dealing with large numbers, it would...
1,537
Posted By cosmologist
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spline_interpolation
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spline_interpolation
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Posted By cosmologist
interpolting (spline)
Hi,

Does anyone know how I can do an interpolation (with spline) using awk or any other way?

This is part of the sample:


1 1.36064
1.09999 1.44
1.20005 1.84
1.30005 2.0416
1.39997 ...
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