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DADiMP Example Header

DADiSP maintains summary information that describes each series or channel contained in the DADiSP database. To import data with DADiMP, you must supply an ASCII header describing each channel that you plan to import. The header information can be stored in the same file as the data or in a separate file.

The following example shows a standard DADiMP input file containing a data header and four series of ASCII data:


LABBOOK      PROCESS1
DATASET      Lot1
SERIES       Pressure, Temperature, Level, Lot
NUM_SERIES   4
STORAGE_MODE INTERLACED
FILE_TYPE    ASCII
RATE         10
VERT_UNITS   PSI, Degrees C, Centimeters, No Units
HORZ_UNITS   Sec
COMMENT      Interlaced multi-channel Process 1, Lot 1
DATA
14.000000,       27.147235,       0.842013,        1
14.187381,       27.032460,       0.901001,        1
14.368125,       27.784237,       2.237624,        1
14.535827,       27.176321,       1.768234,        1

etc...


If the filename of this data is lot1.dat, the following command line imports the data:



  dadimp lot1.dat


The file is then imported into the Dataset Lot1 located in the Labbook PROCESS1.

To specifically import MATLAB MAT files, see the DADiSP/MAT File Module.

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