Funny how it's after you stop working that you start playing with excel. Nice use of the data and graph though.
Well Mark can't quite take credit for all the spreadsheet :)I'm not sure I could handle swings like that, I'm too used to an hour worked = an hours pay. I guess it's all in the mindset.
Have good trust in yourself -- not in the One that you think you should be, but in the One that you are
I still don't know who zenmaster is, but I like your stuff.
The graph was made before Bryan tweaked my spreadsheet and made it a lot better. I use excel for all of my data collection because the database program I have is not 100% reliable. My data probably has some inaccuracies as well, but it's pretty good.I was going to write an sql database with c# front end for my daily record keeping, but then Bryan showed me how I could do a lot of it in excel with vba so I'll stick with that. It's a lot easier and I can see a lot of ways to essentially write the same queries I'd want in the sql databse with vba in excel in a fraction of the time.
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