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lanman Posted - 04/15/2019 : 17:12:58
I am having a hard time parsing through the data being generated by the emf390 and am hoping someone out there might be able to help. The .csv file produced by the emf390 with 24 hours worth of data contains approximately 75,000 lines. Two weeks worth of data strung together exceeds the Excel limitation of 1,000,000 lines. Not being an Excel expert, I am finding it impossible to chart all of this data in such a way that would allow me to see times of the day, night, week, and was hoping month that the emf levels exceed a particular threshold.
It would be ideal if I could get an app that would allow me to import the .csv data files into a database and then chart that data from there. I would certainly be willing to pay for such an app. If anyone knows of something like this, PLEASE let me know.
Steve Baker
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scumari Posted - 04/22/2019 : 22:22:43

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