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Contents

Description

A Column is a DataObject in a Worksheet. A worksheet is a table with rows and columns. Unlike spreadsheet like Excel, Origin structures data in a sheet(table) with additional internal structure in the form of column objects, so that each column can act as separate object with additional attributes assigned to them. Also, direct access to data in a column in Origin is faster then using a range in a sheet, which is typically done in Excel.

Hierarchy

Method

Name Brief Example
Activate
Destroy Examples
Execute
GetBinaryStorageData Examples
GetData Get a range of values or a single value from a worksheet column. Examples
GetInfo Examples
GetMetaData
SetBinaryStorageData
SetData Put an array of values to a column object. Examples
SetEvenSampling Examples
SetMetaData


Property

Name Brief Example
Application
BinaryStorageNames
Comments Set and get the comments of a Worksheet Column object. Examples
DataFormat Setting and getting a column's data format type to one of the supported COLDATAFORMAT types. Setting a column's data format will erase any data in the column unlike the similar action performed from Origin's Column Property dialog. Examples
DigitMode
Digits
DisplayFormat
EvenSampling Examples
Index
LongName
Name
Parameter
Parent
Rows
Show
Theme
Type Examples
Units Examples
UserDefLabel User-Defined label string access in a column. To show user-defined labels in worksheet, you need to first enable them for each, using wks.Labels. Examples