Get last 48h total rain

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Get last 48h total rain

Post by websign » Sat Sep 08, 2018 11:12 am

Hello, there is a way to collect last 48 total rain?

I've tried [rain0total-sum48h.1:--] but this does not work :(

Can someone help me?

thank you :)

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Re: Get last 48h total rain

Post by Mattk » Sun Sep 09, 2018 12:40 am

What is your need for 48 hour rainfall as it's not a standard time frame for rainfall?

sum48h will not work as it is not supported and is possibly behind the time frame point of high resolution data availability to compute the value? sum30h I know will work with rainfall as this is specific to some countries that report say from 9am to 9am and do an interim report for the 6 hours to 3pm, using sum30h and sum6h allows for the 6 hour rainfall to 3pm and the difference provides the 24 hour rainfall to 9am or essentially available for any previous 30 hour period from any point in time.

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Re: Get last 48h total rain

Post by websign » Mon Sep 10, 2018 3:52 pm

Hi Mattk, thank you for your reply!

I need the value for 48 hours because the monitoring systems active in Sardinia use this time interval ( example http://www.sardegnacedoc.it/idrografico/temporeale ). I need to put the data of the Sardinia monitoring system together with my data.

Thanks :)

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Re: Get last 48h total rain

Post by admin » Tue Sep 11, 2018 10:29 pm

MB PRO does not have enough internal RAM to hold full set of per minute data for 48h. This really sums up, when you have a large array of sensors.

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Re: Get last 48h total rain

Post by websign » Tue Sep 11, 2018 11:03 pm

sin! thanks anyway for the support :-)

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