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Monthly record

Post by tlillas » Thu 09 May 2013 8:32 pm

How do I get the new page Monthly record updated after having upgraded to the latest version of Cumulus? Shouldn't I be able to view monthly extremes for many years back here?

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Re: Monthly record

Post by RayProudfoot » Thu 09 May 2013 9:58 pm

Edit - Monthly Records. Then use either of the Fetch options to populate each of the 12 months. Try the Fetch Dayfile.txt option if you're happy with the quality of your data.

You may need to examine the data for accuracy. If it needs changing there is an Edit option. Once you have populated all 12 months Cumulus will automatically keep the data updated should any new monthly records be created.
Cheers,
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Re: Monthly record

Post by tlillas » Fri 10 May 2013 8:43 am

RayProudfoot wrote:Edit - Monthly Records. Then use either of the Fetch options to populate each of the 12 months. Try the Fetch Dayfile.txt option if you're happy with the quality of your data.

You may need to examine the data for accuracy. If it needs changing there is an Edit option. Once you have populated all 12 months Cumulus will automatically keep the data updated should any new monthly records be created.
Hi,
Thanks for your advice, but I have already tried to populate all 12 months, also fetch Dayfile.txt and it looks good and ok while I'm still having the window open. After pressing Ok nothing happends and the data does not appear on my website (http://www.netikka.net/tom.lillas/weath ... record.htm). The only data that gets hooked on is data collected after the upgrade. So if I check April or May therar are some data but only from this year.

What might I be missing? :?
Tom

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Re: Monthly record

Post by steve » Fri 10 May 2013 8:52 am

Are you clicking 'copy'? See the instructions in the release announcement for 1.9.3.
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Re: Monthly record

Post by tlillas » Fri 10 May 2013 8:58 am

steve wrote:Are you clicking 'copy'? See the instructions in the release announcement for 1.9.3.
Ok, no. I must admit I have not. :oops: I have some home work to do. ;)

Hopefully nothing is wrong then!
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Re: Monthly record

Post by tlillas » Fri 10 May 2013 3:30 pm

Ok, now I found the little Copy option in the table! :shock: But it's working.
Sorry for my unnecessary question.

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Re: Monthly record

Post by RayProudfoot » Fri 10 May 2013 4:58 pm

Hi Tom,

No question is unnecessary. ;) I can only see information for January, April and May.
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Re: Monthly record

Post by tlillas » Sun 12 May 2013 10:18 pm

RayProudfoot wrote:Hi Tom,

No question is unnecessary. ;) I can only see information for January, April and May.
Thank you! ;) Well I made some months just to be sure I got it right. I will click through the rest of the months soon. :geek:

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Re: Monthly record

Post by tlillas » Tue 16 Apr 2019 6:42 pm

Hi!

Is there a way to edit out all peek or extreme values for 2018. I got some really confusing data last year. All extremes are from 2018. The coldest and hottest months ever, all from the same year. :D

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Re: Monthly record

Post by RayProudfoot » Tue 16 Apr 2019 6:59 pm

Tom,

I'm afraid there is no lastyear.ini file so you will need to edit each month file - Apr18log.txt for example. Alternatively in Cumulus choose Edit - Dayfile.txt and that might be easier than the txt files.
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Re: Monthly record

Post by tlillas » Wed 17 Apr 2019 7:46 am

Ok, thought asking first would be a good thing if something has changed in the software.

Thanks anyway,
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