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I am not a programmer, I working with a version I downloaded 2 days ago, I am on windows 10, using quick time

What is the simplest way to export files? Do I have to learn how to program Ruby code?

And is there a nice way to compile multiple datasheets after you export them or export them together? This may be a different question. Mostly I am trying to export things.

thank-you -E. Wells

asked 27 Jan '16, 15:40

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There are two built in exports in Datavyu. This link from our user guide describes the built in export: http://datavyu.org/user-guide/guide/tutorials/export-data.html. There is also a built in export that exports data frame-by-frame.

Here is information about how to write a basic export script: http://datavyu.org/user-guide/api/tutorials/export-data-using-scripts.html. You do not have to be a programmer to write Ruby scripts. Please read our Ruby API section of our User Guide to learn more and get started.

And here is information on how to run operations on multiple files: http://datavyu.org/user-guide/api/tutorials/perform-operations-on-multiple-files.html. You can export data from multiple spreadsheets into one text file.

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answered 27 Jan '16, 17:22

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