Avoiding multiple FOR loops1281 (3/18/2011 10:47:27 PM) comp.lang.idl-pvwave Hi there,
I'm writing a program for regression model selection by exhaustive
search (based on the RMSE, for example). The code is relatively
simple, but as the maximum size of subsets to examine increases,... fgg
Using non-default symbols in IPLOT938 (2/14/2011 7:24:49 PM) comp.lang.idl-pvwave Hi, I was wondering if I could use letters or numbers as the plotting symbol (instead of SYM_INDEX = 1-8) that marks points in IPLOT? I guess the answer has to do with SYM_OBJECT, but it's not clear to me how ... fgg
Using STREGEX/STRMID2327 (6/9/2010 6:19:09 PM) comp.lang.idl-pvwave Hello,
I'd like to get the "label" (i.e. 1033) from this string:
IDL> str = '; ROI name: EVF: Layer: pts_slant.shp (Label=1033)'
....and I was wondering if there is a more elegant/efficient way of
Breaking files5141 (5/13/2010 9:05:14 PM) comp.lang.idl-pvwave Hello,
I have a code that is designed to read and process text files with
id = 1
a = ...
b = ...
c = ...
It starts by reading the data in using file_lines and a string array:
Formatting WRITE_CSV output2413 (5/13/2010 1:00:41 AM) comp.lang.idl-pvwave Hi,
Is it possible to use format codes with WRITE_CSV? In other words, can
I specify the output format for each "Data" below?
WRITE_CSV, Filename, Data1 [, Data2,..., Data8] [, HEADER=variable]
decimal numbers3183 (5/11/2010 11:15:37 PM) comp.lang.idl-pvwave Hello,
how can I get a "b" = 0.358983? (that is, b = a/10^6)?... Why do I get
the weird result below when I change "a" to double and divide it by
Writing *.csv files1484 (4/29/2010 11:44:31 PM) comp.lang.idl-pvwave Hello,
What is the easiest way to write all the variables saved in the main
IDL level to a *.csv file? They are all vectors, but don't necessarily
have the same number of elements. I could use:
Declaring large vectors in IDL16131 (4/17/2010 1:17:30 AM) comp.lang.idl-pvwave Hi there,
I have this vector written in a batch file (*.pro):
a = [28, 29, 28, 28, 29, 29, 29, 27, 28, 28, 28, 28, 31, 31, 29, 27,
28, 29, 29, 29, 30, 29, 28, 28, 30, 31, 29, 28, 31, 30, 30, 30, 32,
Populating 2-D arrays20135 (10/12/2010 7:56:05 PM) comp.lang.c Hello,
I'd like to populate the 4x3 array below using the function "function"
to determine the value of each element. This function takes 2
arguments, which will vary in a systematic way (see below). How c... fgg
Operations with complex numbers18219 (10/25/2010 8:36:43 PM) comp.lang.c Hi,
I'm doing some calculations involving complex numbers, but I'm not
getting the expected results. Does anyone see any problem with the
function below? Maybe there's nothing wrong with it (I could just b... fgg