math,variance,standard-deviation,calculated

The global variation is a sum. You can compute parts of the sum in parallel trivially, and then add them together. sum(x1...x100) = sum(x1...x50) + sum(x51...x100) The same way, you can compute the global averages - compute the global sum, compute the sum of the object counts, divide (don't divide...

html,value,steam,marketplace,calculated

It is inside the <span style="color:white;"> See a similar screenshot here: ...

python,pandas,row,dataframes,calculated

OK I knocked up the following which worked for me: In [327]: t="""sample value ref 18.1 smp1 NaN smp2 20.3 smp3 30.0 smp4 23.8 smp5 23.2""" df = pd.read_csv(io.StringIO(t), sep='\s+') df Out[327]: sample value 0 ref 18.1 1 smp1 NaN 2 smp2 20.3 3 smp3 30.0 4 smp4 23.8 5...

calculated-columns,decimalformat,rounding-error,calculated,calculated-measure

The problem you are having is because SQL is doing integer division, which will only return whole numbers. To get a decimal return value you must have at least one value as a decimal. Try this: (CAST([N] as decimal(12,6))/[D]) * 1000 Adjust decimal(12,6) based on the precision you are expecting....

jquery,jquery-ui,datepicker,nan,calculated

Do the total calculation only if both the values are present function total() { //looks like getDate is returning an array var start = $('#from').datepick('getDate')[0]; var end = $('#to').datepick('getDate')[0]; var total = start && end ? (end.getTime() - start.getTime()) / 1000 / 60 / 60 / 24 : ''; $('#total_days').val(total);...

You can use parseInt to set the values as integers. var lol=prompt("Please enter which 2d polygon you would like this awesome calculator to calculate.") if(lol==="trapezoid"){ var tr1=Number(prompt("Enter the top base.")) var tr2=Number(prompt("Enter the bottom base.")) var tr3=Number(prompt("Now enter the height.")) confirm((tr1+tr2)*(tr3)/2) } Here's a JSFiddle with Benjamine's Number point http://jsfiddle.net/cXWnk/...

vba,ms-access,report,recordset,calculated

Here's a second approach to this. Rather than using a function in the code, take the calculations from your Calc() routine and put them in another query. SELECT idrRAD78, (RAD78_1 + RAD78_2 + RAD78_3) AS Mean, (IIf(Abs(RAD78_1) > Abs(RAD78_2), IIf(Abs(RAD78_1) > Abs(RAD78_3), RAD78_1, RAD78_3), IIf(Abs(RAD78_2) > Abs(RAD78_3), RAD78_2, RAD78_3))) AS...

sharepoint,sharepoint-2010,field,sharepoint-list,calculated

You will need to use several different functions to accomplish this. Your primary function will be MID which will allow you to grab a part of the original text but then you will also need to use SEARCH for your starting point and LEN to get the correct number of...

c#,vb.net,datetime,intervals,calculated

My pseudo modulus operation: float tolerance = 0.0001f; if((CurTime - StartTime) % IntervalMinutes <= tolerance) { // Do something } ...