SCV-quick-example
Last Update: 11/4/2016
The Set Values dialog box is a versatile tool for performing math operations on worksheet or matrix datasets, defining variables or pre-processing of data with LabTalk Script. For a more in-depth discussion of this tool, start with these topics:
The following two quick examples will help you get started with the Set Values tool.
The following short tutorial will show you how to use this dialog to generate data for a simulated gaussian curve.
Origin supports using a sub-range of a column as function argument in the Set Values dialog.
For example: To calculate the sum of a sub-range from i-3 to i+3 in column A (where " i " is the row index), you can enter a formula in the Column Formula edit box.
Total(col(A)[i-3:i+3])
The following short tutorial will show you how to use this dialog to set values for multiple columns simultaneously.
range r1=[F1]F1!wcol(j); //"j" is the column index. range r2=[F2]F2!wcol(j);
Minimum Origin Version Required: 9.1 SR0
Keywords:Set Values Dialog