Save commands: of what use are they?

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2002-02-16
2002-02-16
  • Steve White

    Steve White - 2002-02-16

    Greetings,

    It seems that when I save a project as specified in the tutorial and exit, nothing gets saved.

    Opening the *.sg file once restarting SciGraphica results in an empty worksheet with the same name I gave it before, and no plots. Since the point of save commands is to actually save the sate of your work before exiting, it would seem that these commands have no effect except to save the name of the worksheet and associate it with a project.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks & Best Regards,
    Steve

     
    • Steve White

      Steve White - 2002-02-16

      It seems the problem lies with the import facility for worksheets. The only time the save apperas to be ineffective is when an ASCII import is attempted with the first row identified as column labels in the import dialog.

      When I import the data without the text column labels, and subsequently change the column labels explicitly via the edit|columns|properties dialog, the save commands funtion as expected to save the current state of the worksheet and any subsequent plots defined from the dataset.

      Interesting feature!

      Best Regards,
      Steve

       

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