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On May 21, 2008, at 6:27 AM, Tom Pollard wrote:
Not so. MATLAB allows you to edit matrices in a spreadsheet like format. And its always
easy to work on small ones and augment them onto existing larger ones.
Our product, PLS_Toolbox, expands on that, and includes a spreadsheet-like data set
editor that keeps track of sample and variable labels, plotting axes, class information,
soft deletes, etc. and lots of internal consistency checks so that you do things that
don't make sense (like try to associate 20 sample labels with 19 samples).
But even if you were using just MATLAB, that isn't how you'd do it anyway. You'd read
in the pieces in their native format (text, csv, or from xls, etc.) and put them together
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