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Keep your Original Data

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A common question while using MiningMath integrated with other mining packages is: How to keep the data from one to another?

In order to facilitate this format exchange, you can keep any field from the other software and import it as a sum parameter. By following this approach MininingMath will keep the data in the reports and MinedBlocks.csv generated after the optimization. Thus, you will able to import it on your mining package by following the same parameters as to when it was exported.

This approach is quite useful when we have to keep the original coordinates X, Y, and Z or any other data that would help to identify the blocks in the platform which it came from.

Figure 1: Importing model data.

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