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reading csv files with a Mac
How do I read a csv file on a Mac with the load command?
Reading CSV files on Mac should be the same as on Windows or Linux. Here is a basic example.
1. Create a file named my_data.csv with the following contents:
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32
2. From the GAUSS command line (make sure your GAUSS working directory is the same as the directory to which you saved the file my_data.csv), enter the command:
load new_var = my_data.csv; print new_var;