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I am trying to calculate the number of hours when wind is going a specific direction (0-45, 46-90, 90-360 in degrees) as well as the average speed +direction. Under YR-MODAHRMN, it is represented by ONE hour. How will I be able to create a formula for these?
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x= a*cos(Kx *t) y=b*sin (Ky *t) parametic equation
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I need to be able to quickly add the below scores together with a sum, so for example 1001 is one ID but I need to add all his timeonpitch and scores together to one total quickly as I have thousands of players. Then I also need to divide there score over how much time on the pitch. pla id code timeonpitch score 1001 90 -1 1001 90 0 1001 90 2 1001 90 9 1001 90 9 1001 90 0 1001 90 9 1001 90 5 1001 90 0 1001 90 9 1001 90 -1 1001 90 3 1001 90 2 1001 90 4
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I am trying to figure out the average speed and direction between 0-45, 45-90,91+ in degrees. The direction (DIR) is given in degrees while the speed (SPD) is given in mph. I am trying to input the formula into column V.
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Looking to have Lat. Long in - Degrees Minutes Decimal Minutes 120* 23.2345' Can you do that?
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