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Manipulating Weather data again...

Manipulating Weather data again...

Manipulating Weather data again...

I've got data in the following format:

Date       Hour    Temp
9/1/2003   100     59.8°F
9/2/2003   200     60.1°F
8/31/2004  2400    60.8°F

I need to get to the following format on a month by month basis:


Hour     Average Temp
100      (average temp at hour 100)
200      (average temp at hour 200)

Any help is appreciated.

RE: Manipulating Weather data again...

Presuming this is an excel file, I know exactly how to do this.  You need to use the Database functions.  

To make sure I still knew how to do this (it's been yearssince I did something similar) I set up a quick database.  Too much to try and explain.  If you could leave an email address I'd be happy to send the Excel file to you.


RE: Manipulating Weather data again...

Thanks InspEngr.  Shortly after I started the thread, I figured out a method based on responses to an earlier "Manipulating Weather Data" thread I started one year ago.  Basically I did a SUMIF divided by a COUNTIF.

I would still like to see your spreadsheet to compare to.

Send to ahrpe@yahoo.com.


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