Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread PY2YP

After selection, I did save it naming it


73 DX de PY2YP - Cesar

On 6/13/2020 11:25 AM, PY2YP wrote:
Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I 
want to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.



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Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread PY2YP

Very smart solution. Thanks for your attention.

73 DX de PY2YP - Cesar

On 6/13/2020 5:13 PM, John Shaw wrote:

Yes there is a way to find the unique calls in DX4WIN from within DX4WIN.

WARNING! If you already have a master call file you want to keep copy and
save it somewhere safe so you can re instate it before you do this as it
will be overwritten. It is the mstrcals.dat file in the DX4WIN save
directory.

THEN

Bring up the "Master Calls" window press F1 and follow the 4 steps in help
to making a master call file of the calls in your log.  When you do step 4 a
box will come up telling you how many calls are in the Master call file you
created.  That is your answer.


From the help file here are the four steps



1. Export your log using the 'calls' filter

2. Save the file somewhere, and call it calls.txt

3. From the PopUp menu in the Master Calls window select 'Convert'

4. When asked for the file to convert, select the file you created in step 2

73 John ZL1BYZ

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Sent: Sunday, 14 June 2020 2:26 a.m.
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Subject: [Dx4win] Unique calls

Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I want
to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.

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Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread John Shaw
Thanks Jim,

Not a one click solution but it gets the job done.

Might add. The txt file you create in step 2 is just that a txt file so you can 
read it and see the calls.  Of course you could just do step 1 and 2 then bring 
the txt file into a spread sheet or you favourite txt editor to read and count 
the calls and not interfere with the master file in DX4WIN, but doing all 4 
steps gets the answer of how many unique calls are in your log or selection 
from within DX4WIN itself.  

73 John ZL1BYZ.

-Original Message-
From: Jim Reisert AD1C [mailto:jjreis...@alum.mit.edu] 
Sent: Sunday, 14 June 2020 8:50 a.m.
To: John Shaw 
Subject: Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

John, I think you win the prize for this one.  I would not have thought of 
that, but a clever solution!

On Sat, Jun 13, 2020 at 2:15 PM John Shaw  wrote:
>
> Yes there is a way to find the unique calls in DX4WIN from within DX4WIN.
>
> WARNING! If you already have a master call file you want to keep copy 
> and save it somewhere safe so you can re instate it before you do this 
> as it will be overwritten. It is the mstrcals.dat file in the DX4WIN 
> save directory.
>
> THEN
>
> Bring up the "Master Calls" window press F1 and follow the 4 steps in 
> help to making a master call file of the calls in your log.  When you 
> do step 4 a box will come up telling you how many calls are in the 
> Master call file you created.  That is your answer.
>
> From the help file here are the four steps
>
>
> 1. Export your log using the 'calls' filter
>
> 2. Save the file somewhere, and call it calls.txt
>
> 3. From the PopUp menu in the Master Calls window select 'Convert'
>
> 4. When asked for the file to convert, select the file you created in 
> step 2
>
> 73 John ZL1BYZ
>
> -Original Message-
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> On Behalf Of PY2YP
> Sent: Sunday, 14 June 2020 2:26 a.m.
> To: DX4WIN Reflector 
> Subject: [Dx4win] Unique calls
>
> Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: 
> I want to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.
>
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Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread John Shaw
Added using a filter selection:

 

Yes there is a way to find the unique calls in your log or filter selection
from within DX4WIN.

 

WARNING! If you already have a master call file you want to keep copy and
save it somewhere safe so you can re instate it before you do this as it
will be overwritten. It is the mstrcals.dat file in the DX4WIN save
directory.

 

 

 

Bring up the "Master Calls" window press F1 and follow the 4 steps in help
to making a master call file of the calls in your log.  When you do step 4 a
box will come up telling you how many calls are in the Master call file you
created.  That is your answer.

 

If you want to do this with a filter selection make your filter first and
say yes to using the filter when asked.  THEN:

 

>From the help file here are the four steps

 

 

1. Export your log using the 'calls' filter 

 

2. Save the file somewhere, and call it calls.txt

 

3. From the PopUp menu in the Master Calls window select 'Convert' 

 

4. When asked for the file to convert, select the file you created in step 2

 

73 John ZL1BYZ

 

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Sent: Sunday, 14 June 2020 2:26 a.m.

To: DX4WIN Reflector mailto:Dx4win@mailman.qth.net>
>

Subject: [Dx4win] Unique calls

 

Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I want
to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.

 

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Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread John Shaw
Yes there is a way to find the unique calls in DX4WIN from within DX4WIN.

WARNING! If you already have a master call file you want to keep copy and
save it somewhere safe so you can re instate it before you do this as it
will be overwritten. It is the mstrcals.dat file in the DX4WIN save
directory.

THEN

Bring up the "Master Calls" window press F1 and follow the 4 steps in help
to making a master call file of the calls in your log.  When you do step 4 a
box will come up telling you how many calls are in the Master call file you
created.  That is your answer.

>From the help file here are the four steps


1. Export your log using the 'calls' filter 

2. Save the file somewhere, and call it calls.txt

3. From the PopUp menu in the Master Calls window select 'Convert' 

4. When asked for the file to convert, select the file you created in step 2

73 John ZL1BYZ

-Original Message-
From: dx4win-boun...@mailman.qth.net [mailto:dx4win-boun...@mailman.qth.net]
On Behalf Of PY2YP
Sent: Sunday, 14 June 2020 2:26 a.m.
To: DX4WIN Reflector 
Subject: [Dx4win] Unique calls

Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I want
to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.

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Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread John, K9EL
David - I have no interest in defending my reply to Cesar.  What I wrote works 
to find every JA (regardless of prefix) worked on 80m.

73, John K9EL


On Jun 13, 2020, at 11:08 AM, David Kozinn, K2DBK  wrote:

´╗┐Cesar was asking about unique calls, what you've suggested would give you
all JA calls. Also, to do what you've suggested you need to us F8 in the QSO
window (search) and you'd want to put JA in the Prefix field, not the
callsign field. Even with a wildcard (JA*) in the callsign field you'd only
get calls matching exactly JA*, you would get things like JR, JH, etc.
However, with that said, you could use that to filter down then export from
logbook. Personally I'd just use F8, enter JA in the Prefix field and 80m in
the Band field. You'll have the results in the Logbook, which you can export
using "write to file". You'd then import the resulting CSV file and use one
of the spreadsheet programs to find the uniques. (There are other tools to
do that, but it seems like most folks have access to at least some form of
spreadsheet program.

73,
David, K2DBK

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From: dx4win-boun...@mailman.qth.net  On
Behalf Of John K9EL
Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2020 11:43 AM
To: 'PY2YP' ; dx4win@mailman.qth.net
Subject: Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls


Yes, very easy.

This is one of the things I love about DX4Win.

Open the country  window.
Open the logbook window.
In the QSO window, type JA in the callsign field.  Do NOT press Enter or Tab
or anything Double click "80" in the country window and your logbook will
contain only 80m JA QSO's.
Scroll down the logbook window and you will see how many JA's on 80 you have
worked.

73, John K9EL

-Original Message-
From: dx4win-boun...@mailman.qth.net  On
Behalf Of PY2YP
Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2020 9:26 AM
To: DX4WIN Reflector 
Subject: [Dx4win] Unique calls

Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I want
to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.

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Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread PY2YP

Thanks for the tip David

I did manage a solution creating a little procedure for my emulated Unix 
platform using a few tools; after reading your tip Excel did the job as 
well. I think a DX4Win embedded tool should be nice.


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73 DX de PY2YP - Cesar

On 6/13/2020 1:08 PM, David Kozinn, K2DBK wrote:

Cesar was asking about unique calls, what you've suggested would give you
all JA calls. Also, to do what you've suggested you need to us F8 in the QSO
window (search) and you'd want to put JA in the Prefix field, not the
callsign field. Even with a wildcard (JA*) in the callsign field you'd only
get calls matching exactly JA*, you would get things like JR, JH, etc.
However, with that said, you could use that to filter down then export from
logbook. Personally I'd just use F8, enter JA in the Prefix field and 80m in
the Band field. You'll have the results in the Logbook, which you can export
using "write to file". You'd then import the resulting CSV file and use one
of the spreadsheet programs to find the uniques. (There are other tools to
do that, but it seems like most folks have access to at least some form of
spreadsheet program.

73,
David, K2DBK

-Original Message-
From: dx4win-boun...@mailman.qth.net  On
Behalf Of John K9EL
Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2020 11:43 AM
To: 'PY2YP' ; dx4win@mailman.qth.net
Subject: Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls


Yes, very easy.

This is one of the things I love about DX4Win.

Open the country  window.
Open the logbook window.
In the QSO window, type JA in the callsign field.  Do NOT press Enter or Tab
or anything Double click "80" in the country window and your logbook will
contain only 80m JA QSO's.
Scroll down the logbook window and you will see how many JA's on 80 you have
worked.

73, John K9EL

-Original Message-
From: dx4win-boun...@mailman.qth.net  On
Behalf Of PY2YP
Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2020 9:26 AM
To: DX4WIN Reflector 
Subject: [Dx4win] Unique calls

Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I want
to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.

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Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread David Kozinn, K2DBK
Cesar was asking about unique calls, what you've suggested would give you
all JA calls. Also, to do what you've suggested you need to us F8 in the QSO
window (search) and you'd want to put JA in the Prefix field, not the
callsign field. Even with a wildcard (JA*) in the callsign field you'd only
get calls matching exactly JA*, you would get things like JR, JH, etc.
However, with that said, you could use that to filter down then export from
logbook. Personally I'd just use F8, enter JA in the Prefix field and 80m in
the Band field. You'll have the results in the Logbook, which you can export
using "write to file". You'd then import the resulting CSV file and use one
of the spreadsheet programs to find the uniques. (There are other tools to
do that, but it seems like most folks have access to at least some form of
spreadsheet program.

73,
David, K2DBK

-Original Message-
From: dx4win-boun...@mailman.qth.net  On
Behalf Of John K9EL
Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2020 11:43 AM
To: 'PY2YP' ; dx4win@mailman.qth.net
Subject: Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls


Yes, very easy.

This is one of the things I love about DX4Win.

Open the country  window.
Open the logbook window.
In the QSO window, type JA in the callsign field.  Do NOT press Enter or Tab
or anything Double click "80" in the country window and your logbook will
contain only 80m JA QSO's.
Scroll down the logbook window and you will see how many JA's on 80 you have
worked.

73, John K9EL

-Original Message-
From: dx4win-boun...@mailman.qth.net  On
Behalf Of PY2YP
Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2020 9:26 AM
To: DX4WIN Reflector 
Subject: [Dx4win] Unique calls

Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I want
to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.

--
73 DX de PY2YP - Cesar
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Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread John K9EL


Yes, very easy.

This is one of the things I love about DX4Win.

Open the country  window.
Open the logbook window.
In the QSO window, type JA in the callsign field.  Do NOT press Enter or Tab
or anything Double click "80" in the country window and your logbook will
contain only 80m JA QSO's.
Scroll down the logbook window and you will see how many JA's on 80 you have
worked.

73, John K9EL

-Original Message-
From: dx4win-boun...@mailman.qth.net  On
Behalf Of PY2YP
Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2020 9:26 AM
To: DX4WIN Reflector 
Subject: [Dx4win] Unique calls

Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I want
to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.

--
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Re: [Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread David Kozinn, K2DBK
I don't believe you can do this directly in D4W, but you could export using
the logbook window then use Excel or Google Sheets to eliminate the
duplicate.

-Original Message-
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Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2020 10:26 AM
To: DX4WIN Reflector 
Subject: [Dx4win] Unique calls

Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I want
to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.

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[Dx4win] Unique calls

2020-06-13 Thread PY2YP
Is there any way to count the unique calls from a selection? I'd say: I 
want to know how many JA stations I've already worked on 80 meters band.


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73 DX de PY2YP - Cesar
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