I have a large sheet with the values of power from a counter in a 15 minute base.
01.01.09 00:15 0,25
01.01.09 00:30 1,15
01.01.09 00:45 0,75
01.01.09 01:00 2,01
and son on until the end of the month
What I am trying to do is to create a macro which calculates the average per hour and put in another columns like this:
01.01.09 01:00 average from 00:15 until 01:00
01.01.09 02:00 average from 01:15 until 02:00
and so on until the end of the month.
Entering a formula which will allow me to expand my data set by interpolating between sets of x,y values. My data set is in 5-minute resolution and I would like to interpolate so that I can output a new set of x,y values in 1-minute resolution. Here is my example of what I have and what I would like my end result to be, and also I have attached a sample of my data set in the below excel file:
Original data set Date TimeTemperature oC 6/12/13 13:30 18.28 6/12/13 13:35 17.9 6/12/13 13:40 17.9
Desired data set Date TimeTemperature oC 6/12/13 13:30 y 6/12/13 13:31 y 6/12/13 13:32 y 6/12/13 13:33 y 6/12/13 13:34 y 6/12/13 13:35 y 6/12/13 13:36 y 6/12/13 13:37 y 6/12/13 13:38 y 6/12/13 13:39 y 6/12/13 13:40y
I have an excel work sheet with 2 columns and hundreds of rows. The first column is time in minutes over a number a years and the second is a list of corresponding data readings (numbers). I want to only select on the hour data from the list however I cannot seem to do it. The times vary in the sense that they are not all just 1 minute apart, some are every minute, then there might be a 10 minute gap in data, a few more minutes, then another gap etc.. All I want to be able to do is to select all the on the hour data from the list and its corresponding data value.
I have a list of days and hours, and data for whether a type of event either did or did not occur for each sampled hour. I need to return a new value, some sort of "Event Day" value, which will essentially tell me if an event occurred at least once for each day.
Attached is a sheet with 4 days' worth of data. Jan 1st and 3rd 2006 are my two "Event Days".
To complicate things, I can't be sure I have 24 hour readings for each day, so I can't assume each day is a data range (e.g. A1:A24). Hours might be missing. (As such, I am trying to organise along the lines of IF the preceding cell is the same date...)
I also have lots of data stored as months, so would love a formula I could just autofill down. All it needs to do is effectively flag up for me when a day has experienced one event.
I have a problem converting hourly data into daily data for electricity import capacity. My file has the following form: | Connection | Date | Period | Available (capacity) | Where 'Connection' identifies the physical location of the capacity (4 possibilities, Germany -> Netherlands; Norway -> Nehterlands; Belgium -> NL; UK -> NL), 'Date' refers to the date, Period refers to hour of the day (e.g. 18:00-19:00) and 'Available' refers to the import capacity of electricity on that conncetion during that hour. I need daily aggregates and tried several things such as DSUM but I cannot manage I've shortened the attached file quite a bit because of the upload size restriction. I am using Excel 2010. I've tried some suggestions in similar topics but none worked for me.
I have a string of data containing hourly timestamps with a value attached to each timestamp. I need the timestamps to be every 15th minutes instead of hourly. So basically, I need the hourly value to be continued four times for each timestamp.
See the attachecd workbook. It should be quite simple, but for some reason I just cant figure it out!? A bit embarressed In the woorkbook, I need VGTs and VPTs to be in a 15 minutes granularity.
ERROR: Cannot upload workbook - uploader not showing so here are shot of the raw data:
I have got a lot of data to put in a chart that updates every 5 minutes with new data - i have a chart that Line chart that shows this.
It shows the cost of something every 5 minutes.
I have put this in a chart using offset but obviously i want to show the cost over the course of the day - because this updates every 5 minutes, the axis at the bottom (which has the time of the data) is massive and doesn't look good.
Is there a way to show the axis at an hourly interval but keep all the data in the chart?
I have a spreadsheet that contains per minute data for the whole year. There are no gaps in data and it is complete with various values being zero. I cannot work out how to reduce the data into 30 minutes interval. I have tried to use Pivot Tables and grouping functions but it can give me daily data or hourly data but not per 30 minutes or 15 minutes of data.
What step I can follow to reduce the per minute data to 15 minute or 30 minute data.
I have been using the attached formula to calculate total volume (customers seen) by hour (between 1 and 2, 2 and 3 and so on...). But how can I change this formula to take a census at a certain period of time (let's do it on the hour to be easy) instead of double-counting those who were there, but left in the same hour and those who just entered in the same hour. I hope this makes sense...a true census really should not count two people twice though which I think is happening here...
I hate to create a sense of urgency, but would love to begin working on this later tonight. Please let me know if you need more detail.
I am trying to create a conditional formula. I have multiple workers that work for different $$ per hour. I am keeping the hourly rates on one page for security purposes (the person that is going to be updating the hours worked is not very computer savy and they less they have to type the better) and the hours on another... I want copy a formula down the page that will calculate the hours to the hourly rate. The issue is that i want the formula to look at all of the hourly rates (assume they get raises) for Joe and multiply the most recent hourly rate times the hours... in addition I don't want the formula to re-calculate when a new hourly rate is put into the hours sheet.
Jan. 1 joe works 8hours at $10 per hour formula in A1 (or wherever) calculates $80 Jan. 2 joe gets $1 raise Jan. 2 Joe works 8 hours at $11 per hour formual in A2 calculates $88 but formula in A1 maintains the $80 and does not calculate the $1 raise.
I am trying to build a costings sheet for shift work. The first problem I am experiencing is getting excel to split up a shift into the different bands.
For example the shift needs to be calculated on different rate bands, from 00:00 to 08:00, 08:00 to 19:00 and then 19:00 to 00:00. There is a different hourly rate for each band. Therefore if I enter a start time and end time, I need excel to calculate the total charge over the different rate bands.
For example a shift 07:00 - 21:00 would have:
1 hour 07:00 - 08:00 at Night rate 11 hours 08:00 to 19:00 at Day Rate 2 hours 19:00 to 21:00 at Night Rate
Once I have this worked out I have the added complication of different rates on Friday evening,s, Saturdays and Sundays etc. But at the moment one problem at a time !
I have a list of values at 'x' min intervals (the intervals sometime changes). I want to sum each hour's values eg. between 0:0:0 hour and 0:59:59, I want to add values 1040+800+860+870. Then I want to proceed and add all values for the next hour i.e. between 1:0:0 and 1:59:59, and so on. I have about 65000 of these calculations to do, so the need for some vba programming.
I 've used the site many times in the past, but this is my first post.
Above is a small example of the data Im working with. I'm not wanting to plot all of this out by hand, so hopefully someone can help (there are around 30,000 samples). I'm looking to track by hour when a customer is actual here. The first row is one customer in @ 00:22 and out the next day at 14:05.
I would like to have dates of the year down column A and hours 0 through 23 across row 1. Then a number of customer here on 1/1/2008 by every hour of the day on to 1/2/2008 so on and so.
I have a macro that I want to run on an hourly basis, say at 9am, 10am, etc whenever the workbook is open. This needs to be definable as I have several users that will be conducting the same activity throughout the day. In other words I want the macro to run on the hour for user 1, quarter past the hour for user 2, half past for user 3 and quarter to for user 4. Each user does have their own unique macro to run so it should (hopefully) just mean introducing a line of code to each, defining the time to run.
Is there a formula that will calculate standard 60 minute time in to 100 dinute time? Example 2:21 = 2:35. I know how to get to the answer with a calculator, but would like a formula to cut out all of the extra steps.
I am trying to calculate earnings based upon hours worked based on 24 hours format (time out - time in = time worked) multiplied by hourly rate. I cannot get the proper calculation. How can I attach a copy of the Excel worksheet?
I'm trying to use some call data for some predictive staffing. I need to see the highest number of calls happening around the same time each day. I'll have to do this for a number of different lines, so working out a formula that could apply.
I have two columns, date and time stamps of the calls. A small sample is below.
7/1/13 5:50 AM 7/1/13 9:49 AM 7/1/13 10:33 AM 7/1/13 10:53 AM 7/1/13 11:19 AM 7/1/13 11:41 AM 7/1/13 12:07 PM 7/1/13 3:58 PM 7/1/13 4:03 PM 7/1/13 5:35 PM 7/1/13 6:27 PM 7/1/13 6:39 PM 7/1/13 7:37 PM
i am using excel 2007 on windows xp. here is what i have, i have 5 scanners that i want to track to see how much they scan per minute in a day, week, and month period. here are my data in excel for one scanner in a 8 hour shift:
A1 = the image they scan for a day B1 = hours they worked that day (cell formatted to [m]) C1 = A1/B1