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Combining Data in a data extraction table

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09-01-2011 10:25 AM

I have been experimenting with the data extraction tool and I have a quesiton for those table experts out there.

I have a column that contains the area a certain kind of plant, and then I have another row that that has the area of a certain kind of plant. The problem is that I want to combine the two rows so that it gives me the total area of that plant though the data extraction.

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Re: Combining Data in a data extraction table

09-01-2011 01:44 PM in reply to: Redraiderr2009

Are the quantity generated from the 'Count' column or are they manual attribute?  If they are from 'Count' column then you can edit you data extraction table and check the 'Combine identical rows' box.  That will do what you are after.

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Re: Combining Data in a data extraction table

09-01-2011 01:47 PM in reply to: ToanDN

They are manual attributes. It includes the area*(multiplier). The multiplier is determined by plant spacing 9"o.c., 12"o.c etc...

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