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Apr 21, 2015, 9:37 AM

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Re: [Zhris] HASH-O-RAMA Data Processing Problem

Hi, Chris:

I'll be PM'ing you more specific details hopefully later today, but am uploading a quick "Bird's Eye View" here of what came to mind before leaving for the Convention and subsequent tweaking and re-tweaking done since returning.

Out of the Total 101 errors using WTF=3, this can reduce the "iffy" (questionable) CNQ status count to only 35 !!! With a future increase in overall log submissions and QSO counts, this potential time savings is worth-it's-WEIGHT-in-Gold ('Weight' PUN intentional :^)

The new "Discovery" on how to further reduce the manual PITA of switching between files when investigating and researching errors came about when I switched from using the 1024x768 display main Notebook Confuzzzzer to a seeing things much w-I--d---e----r without having to horizontally scroll on the 23" 1920x1080 flat panel with a recently acquired Desktop for A/V purposes. What a difference...a whole new World!

I've embedded some brief "NOTES" in new consolidated errorlog.csv file approach for quick import into Excel (.csv instead of a Tab/.txt file is necessary for this to work). All the other existing errors.txt, weights.txt, etc. files will still serve a useful purpose.

Oh darn... the .jpg won't upload (exceeds 250KB). Hold on... OK, you can get it here:


(EDIT): I think that should be sorted DESC instead of ASC for the CNQ Weight/CNQ combinations in the Notes (for the CALLWKD LOG CNQ WEIGHTS column/field entries) ;-(

- Stuckinarut

(This post was edited by stuckinarut on Apr 21, 2015, 9:44 AM)

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