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How to sort in xcelsius

Hi All,

Please give me an idea how to do the sorting in Xcelsius.

Thanks

Sathiya

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2011 at 07:48 AM

    Hi Sathiya,

    Can you be more specific with your question

    You require sorting on chart components or on selectors or you want logic for excel.

    If you want sorting for component level, we have sorting option at component properties.(Behaviour Tab)

    Let me know if you need mroe information on excel logic.

    Correct me if i am wrong on your explanation..

    Regards,

    AnjaniKumar C.A.

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      Hi,

      You can apply LARGE() function for your data.

      LARGE(array, k)

      Where array is your dataset and K is your S.No.

      Note you have to add a column which contains the S.No, as shown below

      
      1	300	293
      2	78	018
      3	141	699
      4	74	562
      5	35	312
      6	14	609
      7	1	701
      8	3	149
      
      Solution 
      	A	B	A-ans	B-ans
      1	300	293	300	701
      2	78	018	141	699
      3	141	699	78	609
      4	74	562	74	562
      5	35	312	35	312
      6	14	609	14	293
      7	1	701	3	149
      8	3	149	1	18
      
      Solution with formula:
      
      	A	B	A-ans	                     B-ans
      1	300	293	=LARGE($J$9:$J$16,I9)	=LARGE($K$9:$K$16,I9)
      2	78	18	=LARGE($J$9:$J$16,I10)	=LARGE($K$9:$K$16,I10)
      3	141	699	=LARGE($J$9:$J$16,I11)	=LARGE($K$9:$K$16,I11)
      4	74	562	=LARGE($J$9:$J$16,I12)	=LARGE($K$9:$K$16,I12)
      5	35	312	=LARGE($J$9:$J$16,I13)	=LARGE($K$9:$K$16,I13)
      6	14	609	=LARGE($J$9:$J$16,I14)	=LARGE($K$9:$K$16,I14)
      7	1	701	=LARGE($J$9:$J$16,I15)	=LARGE($K$9:$K$16,I15)
      8	3	149	=LARGE($J$9:$J$16,I16)	=LARGE($K$9:$K$16,I16)
      
      
      

      If you want ascending then you can use

      SMALL() function

      Let me know if you have any issues.

      Regards,

      AnjaniKumar C.A.

      Edited by: AnjaniKumarCasula on Apr 26, 2011 5:42 PM

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