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## Percent Totals for Grids

Hi I have Grid chart as shown below where the average temperature of a process is being recorded for every layer (1 to 6) and every 10m (0 to 130m). To achieve this the average value (Avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1)) is calculated by Layer (Y) and distance (X) , in this case the distance is every 10m, but I also group the data into 250mm, 500mm & 1m. What I would like to do is show the total percentages as highlighted in Yellow above both both Layers and distance.

To achieve the Red and Green Colours I have an expression under the background colours where the average value is compared to variables representing upper and lower limits.

vGridR1LCL = Lower Limit

vGridR1UCL = Upper Limit

=if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))>= vGridR1LCL, if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))<= vGridR1UCL, RGB(128,255,0),RGB(255,0,0)),RGB(255,0,0)) // Green Red, Red

I Have then used the same expression on a Straight Table but replaced the Green with 1 and the Red with 0 to display 100% or 0% against every dot.

=if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))>= vGridR1LCL, if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))<= vGridR1UCL, 1,0),0).

My problem comes when I try to group the data by both X & Y (Distance & Layer) to show the percentage total’s as highlighted in Yellow.

I’ve tried using the “Aggr”  function to group the data and show the results

Group R1 Test Totals Test 1:- This just give 100% for every distance group.

=Aggr(if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))>= vGridR1LCL, if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))<= vGridR1UCL, 1,0),0),([XPosition R1 10m]/1000))

Group R1 Test Totals Test 2:- This just give 100% for every distance group.

=Sum(AGGr(if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))>= vGridR1LCL, if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))<= vGridR1UCL, 1,0),0),([XPosition R1 10m]/1000),[R1 Layer])) Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Mark

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If any one is interested here is the answer to having the total percentages in the horizontal line. Works fine except it takes a long time to calculate.

aggr(sum(aggr(if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))>= vGridR1LCL, if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))<= vGridR1UCL, 1,0),0), (\$(vGridXpos1)),(\$(vGridXpos2)))), (\$(vGridXpos1))) / Aggr(Count(DISTINCT (\$(vGridXpos2)) ), (\$(vGridXpos1)))

// vGridXpos1 = Allocates a number based apon Dist Group and Ring 1 or Ring 2 using the Match command

// vGridXpos2 = Determine's the field  in the Cylic Group Layer or Layer and Pass for Ring 1 or Ring 2 Not applicable
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If any one is interested here is the answer to having the total percentages in the horizontal line. Works fine except it takes a long time to calculate.

aggr(sum(aggr(if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))>= vGridR1LCL, if(avg(\$(vFieldChart1Ring1))<= vGridR1UCL, 1,0),0), (\$(vGridXpos1)),(\$(vGridXpos2)))), (\$(vGridXpos1))) / Aggr(Count(DISTINCT (\$(vGridXpos2)) ), (\$(vGridXpos1)))

// vGridXpos1 = Allocates a number based apon Dist Group and Ring 1 or Ring 2 using the Match command

// vGridXpos2 = Determine's the field  in the Cylic Group Layer or Layer and Pass for Ring 1 or Ring 2 Community Browser