Learn how to create reusable graphics profiles with a few clicks of your mouse.
You’re probably familiar with the basic find-and-replace. However, large projects with many files across several directories, require a more powerful search tool. The GAUSS Source Browser is the powerful search-and-replace tool you need. In this blog, you’ll learn more about using the advanced search-and-replace tools in GAUSS to effectively navigate and edit in projects with multiple files and directories.
The GAUSS Package Manager, first introduced in version 20, allows you to download, install and uninstall GAUSS packages without leaving GAUSS. It supports the paid GAUSS Application Modules, free GAUSS packages and even allows you to create custom packages and channels. This post will guide you through the basics needed to install and uninstall GAUSS packages.
Today we cover what the GAUSS working directory is and how to make the most of it. We’ll show you how some common GAUSS functions use your working directory and some of the errors you’re most likely to run into.
GAUSS includes a plethora of tools for creating publication-quality graphics. Unfortunately, many people fail to use these tools to their full potential. Today we unlock five advanced GAUSS hacks for building beautiful graphics:
- Using HSL, and Colorbrewer color palettes.
- Controlling graph exports.
- Changing the plot canvas size.
- Annotating graphs with shapes, text boxes, and lines.
- Using LaTeX for GAUSS legends, labels and text boxes.
This blog explores how to use publicly available GAUSS code in your own GAUSS projects. This video will guide you through:
- Opening your code in the Project Folders Window.
- Running the code.
- The Applications Installer.
- Setting your working directory.
- Error G0290 Library not found.
- Error G0014 File not found.
- Viewing workspace variables.
The GAUSS interface includes a number of often overlooked hotkeys and shortcuts. These features can help make programming more efficient and navigation seamless. In this blog I highlight my top five GAUSS hotkeys:Tagged in
- Quickly view data symbols using
- Open floating command reference pages using
- Toggle block comments on and off using
- Go to procedure definitions using
- Delete lines using
Autocomplete is becoming a common feature in the tools we use in all aspects of our lives, because of it’s ability to help us to type more accurately and quickly. When programming in GAUSS, the autocomplete can also show you new functions you were not aware of. Today we will discuss how to use and control autocomplete features of the GAUSS editor and command window.Tagged in