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 +Top import data with a pre-defined import filter, In version 7. you need to load ImportWiz workspace first and then load a saved Origin C file which call import funtions to use the specified filter.In Origin 8, there are two ways
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 +* Use impFile X-Function in script without compiling
 +*:Please see the detail example in [http://wiki.originlab.com/~originla/wiki/index.php?title=LabTalk:Data_Import#impFile_X-Function_with_Sample_Filter Labtalk Guide wiki]
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 +*Call a saved Origin C file
 +*:You can save needed code in a Origin C file and then call it in script. Please see detail examples in [http://ocwiki.originlab.com/index.php?title=OriginC:Importing_With_Filter Orign C wiki]

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Summary

Top import data with a pre-defined import filter, In version 7. you need to load ImportWiz workspace first and then load a saved Origin C file which call import funtions to use the specified filter.In Origin 8, there are two ways

  • Use impFile X-Function in script without compiling
    Please see the detail example in Labtalk Guide wiki
  • Call a saved Origin C file
    You can save needed code in a Origin C file and then call it in script. Please see detail examples in Orign C wiki