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 ====== What is the default layout when exporting an n-dimensional parameter or set from GDX to Excel using gdxxrw? ====== ====== What is the default layout when exporting an n-dimensional parameter or set from GDX to Excel using gdxxrw? ======
  
- The default layout for an n-dimensional parameter or set from GDX to Excel is to have n-1 indices in the row and one index in the column. For example, lets say you have a 3 dim parameter a(i,j,k) and you export this  with default settings (meaning ''​rdim=2'',​ ''​cdim=1''​) you get a layout like this (A..E are the Excel column headers, 1-4 are the Excel row headers).+ The default layout for an n-dimensional parameter or set from GDX to Excel is to have n-1 indices in the row and one index in the column. For example, lets say you have a 3 dim parameter a(i,j,k) and you export this using gdxxrw ​ with default settings (meaning ''​rdim=2'',​ ''​cdim=1''​) you get a layout like this (A..E are the Excel column headers, 1-4 are the Excel row headers).
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   A   ​B ​  ​C ​  ​D ​  ​E ​ ...   A   ​B ​  ​C ​  ​D ​  ​E ​ ...
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