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Good Afternoon, I created an interval group using the function CLASS, but when I got the detail of certain group I could see that it did not consider a value that It had to match with this one. The value is counting for the previous group.
I am attaching an image of the table of the group, and the detail.
is that because of rounding? how many decimal values are there in your data? you may want to check for this case - 0.74999 would be rounded off as 0.7500 if you were to show only 4 decimals but it actually is less than 0.75 - just something to consider.
My dimension is class(index,0.05) and expression a simple count.
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De:"Manish Kachhia" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fecha:Vie, Feb 27, PM a 5:39 PM
Asunto:Re: - Function CLASS
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I tried in a small example
Rand() as index,
1 as exp
load 0.7500000 as index, 1 as exp AutoGenerate 1;
load 0.7500001 as index, 1 as exp AutoGenerate 1;
load 0.7499999 as index, 1 as exp AutoGenerate 1;
0,75 is in the correct class
nice...on the same token, 0.7499999 is not in 0.75 <= x <= 0.8 class which is what i was saying. if he rounds his values to 4 decimals then 0.74999999 would be displayed as 0.7500 but it is actually less than 0.75 and would not be in the same class as 0.75 <= x <= 0.8...typing the following into a textbox for example
I was thinking that it could be for that, but my result is not rounded. It is 0.75 exactly.
I did another exercise using intervalmatch and I got the same result. It same that the range is 0.70 < x <= 0.75.
Here are my interval match table and the result:
|0,3||0,35||0,30 - 0,35|
|0,3501||0,4||0,35 - 0,40|
|0,4001||0,45||0,40 - 0,45|
|0,4501||0,5||0,45 - 0,50|
|0,5001||0,55||0,50 - 0,55|
|0,5501||0,6||0,55 - 0,60|
|0,6001||0,65||0,60 - 0,65|
|0,6501||0,7||0,65 - 0,70|
|0,7001||0,75||0,70 - 0,75|
|0,7501||0,8||0,75 - 0,80|
|0,8001||0,85||0,80 - 0,85|
|0,8501||0,9||0,85 - 0,90|
|0,9001||0,95||0,90 - 0,95|
|0,9501||1||0,95 - 1|
Thanks to all for your help.