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Data Tables

Postby bencivil » Tue Jul 15, 2008 7:41 pm

I'm new to the Civil 3D world, and in my attempts to utilize the Network-Draw Sewer Network-Data Table, I have had issues with spelling.

The Table Type - Sewer Pipes will label Circular pipes as Cicular pipes. Although it is spelled correctly in the Library, it still prints out incorrectly. Other than manually changing all labels in the table, is there a way to correct this spelling error? Also can the data tables be linked to regenerate when changes are made, similar to the profiles?

Thanks. :D
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Postby Jason » Mon Jul 21, 2008 2:52 pm

we will take a look and get this resolved.
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Data Tables

Postby shanlu » Mon Jul 21, 2008 3:24 pm

Which version of Carlson Software and ACAD are you running? I'll send you a fix. About linking the data tables to the sewer network design. we'll put it in our to-do list. Thank you.
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Postby bencivil » Mon Jul 21, 2008 3:57 pm

We are using Carlson 2008 (Build 080617) and AutoCAD 2008 version B.219.0 with the Service Pack - English SP-1 installed.
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Postby shanlu » Mon Jul 21, 2008 4:05 pm

What's your email address? Thanks.
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Data Tables

Postby armstrong » Wed Mar 30, 2011 3:06 pm

Data Tables are a range of cells that are used for testing and analyzing outcomes on a large scale.

A Data Table will show you how by changing certain values in your formulas you can affect the result of your formula. Data Tables can store the results of many different scenarios for you in one table, so that you can analyze them to select which scenario is your best option. The results are then written into a table form in your Workbook in a location specified by you. Data Tables are written as array formulas , which therefore allows them to perform multiple calculations in a single location.

There are two types of Data Tables, One-variable data tables and two-variable data tables.

One-variable data tables

The first thing you must do is to create a base or test model and tell your Data Table which formulas from your base model you want to test. This is easily done from inside the Data Table by placing a formula to reference the formula in the base model.

Here is an example:

Lets say that we wish to purchase a new tractor for work on our family farm. We need to know that if interest rates fluctuate we can still afford to pay for the tractor. So we need to know what our loan repayments will be, what our total repayments will be and how much interest we are paying.

1. Open the attached workbook on the Base Model worksheet. The highlighted cells contain formulas.
2. Now click on the Worksheet tab named OneVariable Table and notice that this has exactly the same data as the previous table, plus an additional area already set up for the Data Table.
3. Click in cell E3 and type in =B11, which is the Monthly Loan Repayment
4. Click in F3 and type in =B13 which is the Total Repayment.
5. Click in G3 and type in =B14 which is the Total Amount of Interest Paid.
6. Highlight the range of the table D3:G9, click Data>Table
7. Leave the first box, Row input cell, blank. Nothing is required for a one-variable table
8. Click in Column input cell, click on the collapse dialog button and select cell B5 which contains the original interest rate of 8.97%
9. Collapse back through to your Table dialog box and select OK.

You should now see the results of the calculations given the values entered in D4:D9 that would appear in cells B11, B13, and B14 of your base model pasted into the table.


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Postby Dent Cermak » Fri Apr 01, 2011 3:10 am

PSSST!! Armstrong. You cannot do that in the software being discussed. Perhaps you need to buy a seat of each Carlson product so that your answers will apply to that software and not sound so spacey?
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Postby elenalee » Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:08 am

what are this data table
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