Is it possible to include only certain columns of a table when
#+INCLUDE directive? You can choose certain
#+INCLUDE: "./paper.org::*conclusion" :lines 1-20
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@Juancho's comment was head on.
You need a table with a
#+NAME:, which can be referenced via
'(identity remote(its-name, @@#$1)). As an example, take
* test #+NAME: src | no | english | french | japanese | |----+---------+--------+----------| | 1 | one | un | ichi | | 2 | two | deux | ni | | 3 | three | trois | go | * copy | no | french | |----+--------| | 1 | un | | 2 | deux | | 3 | trois | #+TBLFM: $1 = '(identity remote(src, @@#$1)):: $2 = '(identity remote(src, @@#$3))
The second table is filled by doing C-c on the
TBLFM-line. It fills as many rows as the target table has.
#+INCLUDE: just create a secondary table that holds the needed files and include that. (using the above did not seem to work cross-file)