I'm using Mathcad 15 M030 for analysing data. I got the "out of memory" error message if I paste the file I have attached in a mathcad table.
I know that the topic has been already discussed in this forum but I didn't find any workaround.
Is there in the meantime a new solution?
Thank-you very much for your support.
Thank-you for your reply.
It is better now but I still have out of memory error message if the table is bigger (73000 x 3).
Is there any way to work with "big" data without this problem?
One method would be to read in the data using one of Mathcads READ.... functions.
But as you are using real Mathcad and not crappy Prime, you can copy the data from your text file (Ctrl-C), go to Menu - Insert - Data - Table, highlight the first three columns in the first row of the data table which was just created and insert the copied data (Ctrl-V).
It should work without highlighting the top three cells but it doesn't for me.
I attach a worksheet with the inserted data.
> I still have out of memory error message if the table is bigger (73000 x 3).
> Is there any way to work with "big" data without this problem?
Thats not really "big" data for Mathcad and sure should work OK. You may consider not to copy the data but rather read it in from your text file in case the data changes now and there.
> All data must be on the right. Something is wrong with the central column (B).
No, nothing wrong with the data. Its just your European installation of Excel which expects a comma as decimal separator rather than the decimal point provided in the text file. So the data 0.17 is interpreted as text by your Excel and not as a number and so it not right-, but left-justified.
It works, thanks a lot.
Mathcad is still consuming much memory 1.5Gb but I get no error message anymore.
Can't imagine why Mathcad should take up that much memory for a matrix that small !?? Hard to believe!
Do you have any chance to update your MC15 M030 version?