# User Portlet

Sean Cheren
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First subelements (like 2 ;; 4 in the following example) are applied so the positions correspond to the actual positions of the data in the file. Then SkipLines is applied, then HeaderLines is applied.  In[10]:= csv =...
The same can be done with Import. Try:  data = Import["../RespuestaEscalon_A10_k_1.txt", {"TSV", "Data", All, 1 ;; 2}, "NumberPoint" -> ","] 
Hi Eric, keep your eyes peeled for the next version of Wolfram Language, the bug involving sheets with charts in XLS and XLSX has been solved, among many other important bug fixes.
Yes, 11.1+ version of Wolfram. Try Export["file.gif", Manipulate[...], "GIF"]
While some WL functions will depend on the computer system by using \$CharacterEncoding (WindowsANSI on windows, UTF-8 on *NIX), Import[.., "Text"] is not one of them.. When importing text in general these days, UTF-8 is the most common default on all...
Interesting post, Arnoud! It was odd to me that the pitch shift changed what word it sounded like he was saying. When I originally listened to the recording, if I focused on the lower frequencies I could hear "laurel" but focusing on the higher...
Hi Enrique, Can you please attach the CSV?
I had to remove getline and stringstream lines since they were waiting for input and hanging the kernel. I would look at this post for some info on how to open a pipe as an alternative:...
Some of the values are not strings, so StringReplace is complaining.. An easy fix would be changing the 3rd line to  hwd = MapAt[ToExpression[StringReplace[ToString[#], " " ~~ __ -> ""]] &, hwd, {All, 2}]; 
Hi Xinkai, We've reported the issue and will look at it as soon as we can. Meanwhile, have you seen that "Dataset" was added as an element for Import of CSV/TSV in 11.2? Perhaps try this as a workaround for now.  ...