Utilizing the “Create New Row” Feature with “or” Commands

This post is a step away from my latest code window series to discuss a relevant feature of StudioCode timelines: “create new row.” While specific features may be demonstrated for you early on in training, you don’t always come up with a good reason to use it until you really dive into your research. I decided to post about the uses of this feature for finding the combined time of non-mutually exclusive codes after responding to an email from someone who had a question about this. I think creating a new row is the simplest solution to the problem I explain in the video, although I am always looking for creative alternatives. If you think of one, please feel free to comment on this post (and I’ll do the same). I discover more and more creative ways of using this software everyday. In fact, I will be posting about a whole different approach to utilizing the software in the near future. šŸ™‚


Posted on February 13, 2014, in General Tips and Tricks, Open Coding, Problem Solving, Q&A. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Tara. The feature Create New Row is a great feature and not often used, so thanks for this post. To combine multiple rows select all the instance you want to combine and use the New Row + feature. Allows you to combine as many rows as needed.


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