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[[Category:Tables]]
 
[[Category:Tables]]
  
Tables are the  
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Tables are the basical metadata system in Dynamo. They are just matrices that describe the properties of sets of particles. The property coded on each column is fixed.
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<tt>dapropos table</tt> will give you a list of basic commands that you can use for table manipulation.
  
 
==Format convention in a table==
 
==Format convention in a table==
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{{Table Convention}}
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The convention can be consulted each time by the command <tt>dthelp</tt>
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==Reading and writing tables==
 
==Reading and writing tables==
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Tables are customarily stored as text files with extension '.tbl'.
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Tables can be read and write into the matlab worspace with the standard commands <tt>dwrite</tt> and <tt>dread</tt>.
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For specially long tables, you can use the extension '.tbl', which will write the files in binary formays
  
 
==Visualization of tables==
 
==Visualization of tables==
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=== <tt>dinfo </tt>===
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=== <tt>dtplot</tt> ===
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=== dtshow ===
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=== dtview ===
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==Table manipulation==
 
==Table manipulation==
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=== Creating tables  ===
  
 
=== Selection of parts of a table ===
 
=== Selection of parts of a table ===
  
=== Conversion with other software packages ===
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=== Conversion tools for other software packages ===

Revision as of 10:15, 14 March 2016


Tables are the basical metadata system in Dynamo. They are just matrices that describe the properties of sets of particles. The property coded on each column is fixed. dapropos table will give you a list of basic commands that you can use for table manipulation.

Format convention in a table

Template:Table Convention

The convention can be consulted each time by the command dthelp


Reading and writing tables

Tables are customarily stored as text files with extension '.tbl'.

Tables can be read and write into the matlab worspace with the standard commands dwrite and dread.

For specially long tables, you can use the extension '.tbl', which will write the files in binary formays

Visualization of tables

dinfo

dtplot

dtshow

dtview

Table manipulation

Creating tables

Selection of parts of a table

Conversion tools for other software packages