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Nov 24, 2010 5:46 AM
(476 views)

dt << clear row states;

dt << select where( !(:PartNo == "81817" & :Month == "1/2010" & :JobID == "PROD" )) << Exclude( 1 ) << Hide( 1 );

dt << invert row selection;

result = dt << Get selected rows;

result = N Row (result);

// Code works fine up to this point

//Would like to run additional analysis only on selected rows,

// however, the following code carries out the calculation on the entire col

// instead of just the selected rows

result2 = dt << Select Where (:Name("Margin Col")<=5);

result2 = N Row (result2);

FailRate = result2/result;

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Nov 24, 2010 5:48 AM
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> need some assistance on is on how to compute a

> condition on the subset of rows and return to

> variable result2.

>

> dt << clear row states;

> dt << select where( !(:PartNo == "81817" & :Month ==

> "1/2010" & :JobID == "PROD" )) << Exclude( 1 ) <<

> Hide( 1 );

> dt << invert row selection;

> result = dt << Get selected rows;

> result = N Row (result);

> // Code works fine up to this point

>

>

> //Would like to run additional analysis only on

> selected rows,

> // however, the following code carries out the

> calculation on the entire col

> // instead of just the selected rows

> result2 = dt << Select Where (:Name("Margin

> Col")<=5);

> result2 = N Row (result2);

>

> FailRate = result2/result;

dt << clear row states;

dt << select where( !(:PartNo == "81817" & :Month == "1/2010" & :JobID == "PROD" )) << Exclude( 1 ) << Hide( 1 );

dt << invert row selection;

result = dt << Get selected rows;

result = N Row (result);

// Code works fine up to this point

//Would like to run additional analysis only on selected rows,

// however, the following code carries our the calculation on the entire col

// instead of just the selected rows

result2 = dt << Select Where (:Name("Margin Col")<=5);

result2 = N Row (result2);