simonh | Answers

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search title only
Search in content
Post Type Selectors
Answers
Questions

Welcome to the Quantrix Answers Community! This is a place for Quantrix users from around the world to share their questions, knowledge, and ideas. If you are posting a question, please include any accompanying information that might be useful to the reader (for example, a demo model or screenshot). Do not include any confidential information in your posts and remember that model attachments must be zipped. If your question is answered, please provide feedback! Providing feedback can help future users understand what’s worked. Thank you for being part of the Quantrix Community!

Please Note: A Quantrix team member will review new questions before publishing to the public. We hope this will reduce unwanted posts on our site.

Good workaround. Thanks. Also works with Category to retrieve list of descriptor values [code:113hi9xz]def descriptorValues = { Matrix matrix, Category category, String descriptorName -> String...

View Question
0 Votes

How does one access the descriptor without using pipe notation? [font=Courier:xnz60ajz]|Matrix1::A1| = matrices['Matrix1].categories.['A1'][/font:xnz60ajz] but what is the equivalent...

View Question
0 Votes

Thanks very much. Referencing the UNlinked category in the select statement was the only permutation that had not occurred to me! Obvious when you know

View Question
0 Votes

Just to add my experience here: I tried to implement an iterative algorithm of a similar nature to the one that Janek describes, and hit the same issue with EnsureCalculated causing unacceptable runtimes....

View Question
0 Votes

Thanks so much Mike. I did try using Select initially but didn't find the magic operator # as applied to a Matrix name. BTW - I don't think the use of the # operator is in the documentation anywhere (not...

View Question
0 Votes

Ben, I'd be happy to provide more input if I can, but I'm not sure quite how I can be more specific than in the previous posts. I found a workaround for the issue of iterating over cells in a matrix...

View Question
0 Votes

I've been working on a situation similar to one shown by Ben here: [quote="Ben G":2pzxh544] ...although Quantrix will let you return a list from a scripted function, it does not generally know...

View Question
0 Votes

Dominik, You don't need to use Java to build a console window (or any other GUI) - you can do it in Groovy. In fact it's somewhat cleaner to do using a static class in Groovy (imho). This approach also...

View Question
0 Votes

Ben, It seems the issue is that the matching is done on the full string. So to match a matrix named "foo bar" you need to use: [font="Courier New"] matrices.find(/foo.*/)[/font] This is equivalent to...

View Question
0 Votes

I know Dominik likes using FOR loops (he's spent too much time writing VB i suspect:)) This construction would I think be closer to what you originally intended (and possibly more in line with what the...

View Question
0 Votes
Load more answers