I've got rainfall data (Time in inches and precipitation depth) in two separate columns in excel and I'm attempting to rearrange the data in one of the columns. Let's say I have a data range of 1 (Cell A1) to 100 (Cell A100). In the new column, I'd like to have the numbers rearranged where the highest date point, 100, is in the middle of the new column (Cell B50), and the remaining data points decay outwards, i.e. Cell B49=49, Cell B51=48, Cell A48=47, Cell A52=46....all the way down to where Cell A1=1 and Cell A100=2. I basically want to create a bell shape curve data range with the highest value in the middle.
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