random number visualization help

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26 Jun, 2013 08:08 PM

Hi! I attached a file from which I should be able to construct an image with pseudo random numbers.
My objective is to use it to help me identify patterns in the sets of numbers I have.
Does anyone know how I can start working off of this file? I want to be able to plug in my own numbers so that the dot patterns would change. I don't have a number generator.
I tried to edit the data (values) but can't figure out how >_< help appreciated!
Alternatively if anyone knows of other files I might be able to use to visualize numbers, that'd be great, too!

  1. 1 Posted by JamesWlf on 11 Jul, 2013 10:20 PM

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    If I understand what you mean: You want to use a list of your own numbers instead of the random number generator.

    If you already have a list, you can make a csv file and then import it using the Import CSV node.

    As for the last sentence of your post, I don't know what you mean. :S I hope this helps, Melo.

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