3.5.1.4 Dataset Information Functions

Name Brief Example
Errof(dataset) Returns the dataset (error column) containing the error values of dataset. Example
Findmasks(dataset) Returns a dataset that contains the indexes of the masked data points. Example
Firstpoint(dataset) Return the first value of dataset. Example
hasx(dataset) Returns 1 if dataset is plotted against an X dataset in the active layer. If not, this function returns 0. Example
Index Returns the index of x in a strictly monotonic dataset. Example
IsMasked(index, dataset) Returns the number of masked points in dataset if index = 0. Example
Lastpoint(dataset) Return the last value of dataset. Example
List(value, dataset) Returns the index number in dataset where value first occurs. Example
lookup(str$, vs, vref[, option, Case]), lookup(str$, vs, vref[, option, Case])$ Finds a string pattern str within a vector vs and returns a value with the same index in another vector vref. Example
Plotdata(index, designation, rowNum, colNum) Return the designated dataset of the index number plot at (rowNum, colNum) panel of the active layer Example
Unique(vs[, Sort, Occurrence) Returns a vector of the unique values in vs. Example
Xindex(x, dataset) Returns the index number of the cell in the X dataset associated with dataset, where the cell value is closest to x. Example
Xof(dataset) Returns the X values of a named dataset or range. Example
Xvalue(i, dataset) Returns the corresponding X value for dataset at row number i in the active worksheet. Example