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Name: eq2log XYZ + Zonerect + Elevation Extractor   Popular!
Date: 02-14-2005 02:17 AM
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Fixed a typo. It had the elevation values negated before. So if you downloaded before 3/22/05 get it again

What it does:
creates an excel document that looks like the picture below. Has each number separated into 3 different columns
A=X coordinate
B=Z coordinate
C=Y coordinate

Places 3 rows at the end

Zonerect:calculated based on the /locs in the logfile.
Elevation (Highest):Highest elevation found
Elevation (Lowest):Lowest elevation found
(Elevation used for multi-floor maps)

How to use it:
01)Put the logfile in the same directory as the script (or be prepared to type full path info)
02) Run the script
03) Type in the INPUT filename (your raw eq2 log)
04) Type in the OUTPUT filename (the data to import into Excel)
05) Open Excel
06) Go to Data->Import External Data->Import Data
07) Find and open the OUTPUT file
08) Check the Delimited Option, say NEXT (not finish)
09) Click in the OTHER field, type in %
10) Click Finish, OK

How it does it:
1) Removes all lines that dont have your location is
2) Removes everything before the coordinate in each line
3) Removes everything after the coordinates in each line
4) Replaces , with %
5) Adds the formula for the zonerect finder at the bottom
6) Saves the results into an external file, never writing to the original logfile

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Unread 05-02-2005, 12:50 AM  
Crushbone - Cronique
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[HowTo] Importing into Open Office

Save the output file as a *.txt.

Start Open Office.

Click File then Open.

Change files of type to: Text CSV

Select your output file and click open.

Under Seperator options, deselect TAB, select OTHER and put in %

Click OK.

Your done!

Last edited by diztorded : 05-02-2005 at 12:56 AM.
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Unread 03-28-2005, 05:11 AM  
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Re: What is it used for ?

This is meant for people who make maps.
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Unread 03-28-2005, 12:27 AM  
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What is it used for ?

I see some potential in but can't understand how you use it just that way.

I do not draw maps so maybe you use it for that ?

Please explain the idea behind this.
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