|Subject:||[Orgmode] org-table : some questions ...|
|Date:||Fri, 18 Apr 2008 06:17:23 -0700|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 220.127.116.11 (Windows/20080213)|
Let me first setup the
context for my question. I'm an electrical engineer designing IC's (in
San Diego, USA) and have a great need for documenting my simulation
data in a format similar to what I have attached in the jpg file (and
The snapshot below was using built-in table-mode in emacs. The key reason I used table mode instead of org-table to document this data was due to the ability to have some columns be merged (or "spanned" in table-mode terminology) in some rows. However I find org-table's features a bit more intuitive and would prefer to use that instead. In fact I started off with documenting data in org-mode and finally converted that to table-mode because of the exact reason that I mentioned above.
1. Is there a way that I could achieve this sort of column spanning in org-table mode?
2. Or is there an alternative way of arrangement using org-mode to achieve the same objective of data organization?
3. If not, would this be easy to implement (and useful enough for others) to have such an option?
Thanks a lot,
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