No, instead try:
1. "Filter and Sort -> Filter" - run twice
2. "Text Manipulation -> Add" - run twice
3. "Text Manipulation ->Concatinate" - run once
4. Optional: extract this method into a workflow (History menu), and
save for future use - in effect creating your own custom tool. The
workflow can even be saved onto the Tool Menu (on the Workflow home
page, click on "Other options -> Configure your workflow menu" - is a
nice short cut).
Then sort, restore metadata, etc. as needed.
Hopefully this helps,
On 11/7/13 11:29 AM, Leontovich, Alexey A., Ph.D. wrote:
I have the same question as Ido Tamir had about a year ago:
/Dec 07, 2012; 9:53am //Ido Tamir/
conditional in Compute tool /
is it possible to do a conditional in the compute tool?
"a" if c1 == 4 else "b"
if c1 == 4 "a" else "b"
c1 == 4 ? "a" else "b"
thank you very much,
Thank you very much,
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