[O] 3 beginner table questions

2014-05-06 Thread Ryan Moszynski
So, i'm using org mode to keep track of my workouts on a rowing machine and
need help with 3 questions to allow me to finish off my table.
The questions are based on the provided table, which is what I have so far.

1: in @4$4 and @4$7
i'm using vmean on a column of HMS values, how do I floor or round to the
nearest second, so I don't get fractions of seconds in my output?
$4=0@ 16' 6.333
to
$4=0@ 16' 6

2: i'm lazy and i don't want to type in the split time since I can derive
it from the Watts column.
pace(or 500m split time) from watts formula - 3rd root(2.8/watts)
so
if W = 66 then pace= 3rdRt(2.8/66) = 0.3487 * 500 = 174 seconds = 0@ 2' 54
so
if $11 = 66, whats the best way to put $7 = 0@ 2' 54?
does this call for a lisp function where the output is a text string, or is
there an easier/TBLFM way?

3:
the $1 column of my table is just an i++ value, 1, 2, 3 ... n where n is
the number of rows between the 2nd and 3rd hline.
is there a function I can call to tell me how many rows are in that part of
my table, or, if I want to be able to refer
to a variable which is the number of rows in my table, do I have to keep
track of it manually like this?
so what I want to be able to do is the following, without having to use a
count up column.
@7$2 = Total(3), where 3 is the number of rows between the 2nd and 3rd
hline

Thanks so much, Ryan Moszynski

|---+-+-+---++-+--+--+--+--+|
|   | date|  lb | h  m   s  | meters | spm | split500 |
C_c2 | C_rl | C_AB |  W |
|   | May | |   || |  |
 |  |  ||
|---+-+-+---++-+--+--+--+--+|
| 1 | 050114  | 236 | 0@ 15' 36|   2686 |  29 | 0@ 2' 54|
 527 |  632 |  164 | 66 |
| 2 | 050214  | 236 | 0@ 16' 7 |   2793 |  28 | 0@ 2' 53|
 531 |  636 |  170 | 67 |
| 3 | 050414  | 234 | 0@ 16' 36|   3023 |  29 | 0@ 2' 44|
 568 |  669 |  185 | 78 |
|---+-+-+---++-+--+--+--+--+|
|   | Average | 235 | 0@ 16' 6.333 |   2834 |  29 | 0@ 2' 50.33 |
 542 |  646 |  173 | 70 |
|   | Total   | | 0@ 48' 19|   8502 | |  |
 |  |  519 ||
|---+-+-+---++-+--+--+--+--+|
#+TBLFM:
@6$3=vmean(@II..@III);%.0f::
@7$4=vsum(@II..@III)::
@6$4=vmean(@II..@III)::
@7$5=vsum(@II..@III)::
@6$5=vmean(@II..@III);%.0f::
@6$6=vmean(@II..@III);%.0f::
@6$7=vmean(@II..@III)::
@6$11=vmean(@II..@III);%.0f::
$9=if($8  0, vsum($8, -300+$3*1.714), 0);%.0f::
$10=vsum(0, ((3600*deg($4))/3600)*$9);%d::
@7$10=vsum(@II..@III)::
@6$10=vmean(@II..@III);%.0f::
@7$9=string()::
@6$8=vmean(@II..@III);%.0f::
@6$9=vmean(@II..@III);%.0f::



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2014-05-02 Thread Ryan Moszynski
If an org table cell contains the HMS 1@ 11' 37

is there an easy way to get the total (time)seconds?

(1*3600 + 11*60 + 37 = 4297)


if $4 =  1@ 11' 37

how do I get $8 = 4297?

thanks

ryan

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He felt that his whole life was some kind of dream and he sometimes
wondered whose it was and whether they were enjoying it. - Douglas
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