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moJJ13 Posted - 06/12/2019 : 09:03:46 AM
Origin Ver. and Service Release (OriginPro 2018b (64-bit), b9.5.5.409):
Operating System: Win10 Edu

I am trying to split a column into multiple columns which have different lengths. A new measurement (values stored in column A) is started with the letter "P" in another column (D). Sometimes the length of the measurement is 14, sometimes 15 rows (no pattern/logic behind that).
To do is I found a solution which seems to fit perfectly ( -> By Reference Column:
" Specify a reference column to split the source column. You can split the source column according to the values in reference column:

By Separator:
You can specify a value(include <Blank or Missing> or <Text>) as separator to divide the source column into multiple column."
So I would like to use "P" as the <Text>-seperator. However, the subgroup method "by reference column" is not available (see screenshot).

Is this an issue with my version or am I doing something wrong?

Thank you in advance!
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moJJ13 Posted - 06/28/2019 : 04:37:09 AM

thanks for the hint!
I updated to 2019 an it works perfectly.
YimingChen Posted - 06/12/2019 : 1:42:16 PM

Yes, this new feature is added in our latest version Origin 2019b. Thank you.


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