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Data section example lines


   0   1    0.6 0.000000000  999.9 0.999000000   0.33 0.000000000   0.09 0.000000000   0.30 0.000000000   0.04 0.000000000   0.43 0.000000000   0.047 0.000000000   0.24 0.000000000   0.62 0.000000000  99.99 0.783000000   9999 0.783000000
   1   2   11.4 0.000000000  999.9 0.999000000   0.05 0.000000000   0.03 0.000000000   0.05 0.000000000   0.02 0.000000000   0.34 0.000000000   0.010 0.781000000   0.16 0.000000000   0.09 0.000000000   4.67 0.000000000     12 0.000000000
   2   3    0.0 0.000000000  999.9 0.999000000 999.99 0.890000000 999.99 0.890000000 999.99 0.890000000 999.99 0.890000000 999.99 0.890000000 999.999 0.890000000 999.99 0.890000000 999.99 0.890000000  99.99 0.890000000   9999 0.890000000
   3   4   22.1 0.000000000  999.9 0.999000000   0.03 0.000000000   0.02 0.000000000   0.03 0.000000000   0.02 0.000000000   0.22 0.000000000   0.010 0.781000000   0.10 0.000000000   0.08 0.000000000   4.70 0.000000000     12 0.000000000

syntax:
<start time> <end time> <data value 1> <flag 1> <data value 2> ... <flag n>

Example of first lines of data section. The first value in the line, the independent variable according to NASA-Ames terminology, is the start time of the measurement reported in the line. It is followed by the end time of the measurement, which is the first dependent variable. The following data values and flags are identified by the variable names given in the header section. The number format of the data values (notation, number of digits and significant places) has to correspond to the format of the columns missing value code specified in line 12.
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