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In fact, all I need is indirect(@F&"::Column 14") to get the one item I need out each @F matrix. Without indirect() the variable matrix name is interpreted as text.

July 15, 20232
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This is exactly what I was looking for. It works. Thank you. My difficulty was not the syntax of the matrix name call as I thought but how it was being used; indirect() solves the actual problem.

July 15, 20232
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I had a multi-ticker method but they started charging $. Guess I'll live with as many formulas as DataLinks--that is working now. There are no more than 9 tickers and I check it just once a week or less....

July 13, 20232
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That sounds like a lot of manual work. Trying to automate this inside Quantrix. DataLink gets one ticker's data and gives me a row of values, I only want the one number in the 14th column but I bring all...

July 12, 20232
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reference matrix name in a formula

"combine them all into one matrix..." That is essentially what I'm trying to do. I grab market data for 10 tickers using a DataLink for each ticker so each each ticker makes it's own single-row multi-column...

July 12, 20235
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reference matrix name in a formula

If ColumnA contains Matrix names, how to reference the matrix with that name in ColumnB in a formula? ColumnB = ColumnA::rows 1 Similar to using @ for Category names Problem: for now I have 10 matrices...

July 12, 20232
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edit: was having this problem, resolved "on its own" the next day What is meant by "pass through"?

June 12, 20235
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