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masterg_nl
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Make time graph start datetime and end datetime

Hello,

Can someone help me with the following:

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I've a table as shown. Now I want to create a graph: count the amount of cards. In a scale of Hour/day/week/month/ 3 months / 6 months / year.

example:

datetime: 01/08/18 10:11:12 PM till 01/08/18 10:14:05 => card count=2

datetime: 01/08/18 10:14:05 PM till 01/08/18 10:16:45 => card count=1

datetime: 01/08/18 10:16:45 PM till 01/08/18 11:11:12 => card count=0

.....

 

Regards,

Gert

 

 

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Re: Make time graph start datetime and end datetime

Try to implement this:

 

t:
load Card, Timestamp( Timestamp#(timeIn,'DD/MM/YY hh:mm:ss')) as TimeIn,Timestamp( Timestamp#(Timeout,'DD/MM/YY hh:mm:ss')) as TimeOut Inline [
Card, timeIn,Timeout
c1, 01/08/18 10:11:12, 01/08/18 10:14:05

c1, 01/08/18 10:12:01 , 01/08/18 10:15:05

c2, 02/09/18 11:11:12, 04/09/18 11:15:23

c2, 06/10/18 14:11:12, 09/10/18 16:15:23


];


MinMaxDates:

LOAD Floor(Min(TimeStamp#(TimeIn))) AS MinDate,

Floor(Max(TimeStamp#(TimeOut))) AS MaxDate

RESIDENT t;

LET vMinDate = FieldValue('MinDate', 1);

LET vMaxDate = FieldValue('MaxDate', 1);

DROP TABLE MinMaxDates;

CalendarTemp:

LOAD DayStart(TimeStamp($(vMinDate) + (RecNo()/60/60/24) + (IterNo() -1))) AS AddedDate, // Use this one as date

TimeStamp($(vMinDate) + (RecNo()/60/60/24) + (IterNo() -1)) AS AddedTimeStamp

AUTOGENERATE 86399 WHILE Num($(vMinDate) + IterNo() -1) <= Num($(vMaxDate));

 

Calendar:LOAD AddedTimeStamp AS MyTimeStamp,
AddedDate as MyDate,
Year(AddedTimeStamp) AS MyYear,
month(AddedTimeStamp) as MyMonth,
hour(AddedTimeStamp) as MyHour,
Day(AddedTimeStamp) as MyDay
Resident CalendarTemp ;

drop Table CalendarTemp;


//Link the field Time to the time intervals defined by the fields Start and End.

Inner Join IntervalMatch ( MyTimeStamp )

LOAD TimeIn, TimeOut
Resident t;

result:

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Partner

Re: Make time graph start datetime and end datetime

Try to implement this:

 

t:
load Card, Timestamp( Timestamp#(timeIn,'DD/MM/YY hh:mm:ss')) as TimeIn,Timestamp( Timestamp#(Timeout,'DD/MM/YY hh:mm:ss')) as TimeOut Inline [
Card, timeIn,Timeout
c1, 01/08/18 10:11:12, 01/08/18 10:14:05

c1, 01/08/18 10:12:01 , 01/08/18 10:15:05

c2, 02/09/18 11:11:12, 04/09/18 11:15:23

c2, 06/10/18 14:11:12, 09/10/18 16:15:23


];


MinMaxDates:

LOAD Floor(Min(TimeStamp#(TimeIn))) AS MinDate,

Floor(Max(TimeStamp#(TimeOut))) AS MaxDate

RESIDENT t;

LET vMinDate = FieldValue('MinDate', 1);

LET vMaxDate = FieldValue('MaxDate', 1);

DROP TABLE MinMaxDates;

CalendarTemp:

LOAD DayStart(TimeStamp($(vMinDate) + (RecNo()/60/60/24) + (IterNo() -1))) AS AddedDate, // Use this one as date

TimeStamp($(vMinDate) + (RecNo()/60/60/24) + (IterNo() -1)) AS AddedTimeStamp

AUTOGENERATE 86399 WHILE Num($(vMinDate) + IterNo() -1) <= Num($(vMaxDate));

 

Calendar:LOAD AddedTimeStamp AS MyTimeStamp,
AddedDate as MyDate,
Year(AddedTimeStamp) AS MyYear,
month(AddedTimeStamp) as MyMonth,
hour(AddedTimeStamp) as MyHour,
Day(AddedTimeStamp) as MyDay
Resident CalendarTemp ;

drop Table CalendarTemp;


//Link the field Time to the time intervals defined by the fields Start and End.

Inner Join IntervalMatch ( MyTimeStamp )

LOAD TimeIn, TimeOut
Resident t;

result:

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masterg_nl
New Contributor

Re: Make time graph start datetime and end datetime

Yes, I've tested and it works. I will analyze what you have done. many thanks!