Create New Variables - Split Grid by Rows

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Split a Binary - Grid or Numeric - Grid into new variables sets with one for each row This QScript REPLACE THIS TEXT WITH A SHORT EXPLANATION OF WHAT THE QSCRIPT DOES.

Example

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Technical details

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Customizing the QScript

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JavaScript

includeWeb("QScript Functions for Splitting Grids")

splitGridToMultis(rows = true);

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