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Useless amount of decimal places.


  • Hi all,

    In my graphical view I have various temperatures and pressures etc around a heat pump cycle. Now Mango seems to want to give me about 5 useless decimal places (theyre all zeroes)...I want to chop it to 1 or 2 decimal places.

    How?

    Jonathan


  • Hi Johnathan,

    Under the edit point details page you can select analog as the render type and use #.0 to specify one decimal place.

    Joel.


  • if #.0 specifies 1 decimal place, then does #.x where x is 0,1,2,3,4 etc etc specify 1,2,3,4 decimal places, respectively?

    Thanks,

    Jonathan


  • NVM. played around with it and figured it out. all is well.

    Now, how do I make it so that when I download mangos watchlist data that it doesnt make 3 VERY long columns where the different data points are joined end-to-end (the timestamps repeat beginning of data point 1- to - end of data point 1 joined to beginning of data point 2 - to - end of data point 2).

    What Im looking to do is to have the date/time in the first column and each data point have its own column. Also, I have no need for the "annotated" data column, how can I get that to go away?

    Finally, I would also like to control the file download destination at the end of the day. Ie: download to a destination in a Mango File on a server or something rather than it going into my downloads folder on my laptop.

    Thanks,

    Jonathan


  • There is no way to do this within Mango but you can just make some Excel formulas to filter the columns. I'm not sure of the formulas off hand but if I figure something out I'll let you know.

    I don't think there is a way to save the .csv file to the server computer without writing a custom script or process (which could be done). You can however set up a report to email you the data every day.

    Hope that helps.

    Joel.


  • Please do. That would be awesome.

    Thanks,

    Jonathan