% LOADJG Retrieve variables from data objects over the network. % LOADJG(fname) % If 'fname' ends in .mat, the operation is the % same as LOAD fname. % Otherwise, it is assumed to be a % data object and is retrieved from the network. LOADJG creates % a variable for each variable in the object and fills it with % the values. The object is "flattened" out, so that all the % vectors are the full length. % % LOADJG(fname,modifier) % The modifier string affects how the results are stored. It % contains comma-separated keywords: % 'NaN' separates different groups with a row of NaN's % so that plots will break appropriately % perhaps to come... % 'level' generates a set of variables % level0, level1,..., levelN with N=# levels -1 % which contain indices to the positions in the data % vector where a variable at the corresponding level % has changed. The innermost level changes at each % row and does not have a pointer. % 'nd=...' specifies the transformation of nd (no data) % values. Default is NaN. % 'break=variablename' converts each variable to a matrix % with the different columns corresponding to different % values of the chosen variablename. Columns will be % filled at the end with no data values.This routine and accompanying source code are undergoing some revisions. Please contact the Data Management Office if you are interested in this capability.