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All Topics | Topic "Syntax for Excel Range in Yearly Time-Series Wizard if worksheet contains many columns"
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Oliver Priestley-Leach

Subject: Syntax for Excel Range in Yearly Time-Series Wizard if worksheet contains many columns   
Posted: 11/11/2016 Viewed: 1490 times
I have got a large spreadsheet with many columns of data. Each column represents a different demand site. I would like to use the Yearly Time-Series Wizard to produce forecast data using the linear or exponential forecast for my Reference Scenario. Column A of the spreadsheet is the year. How do I reference data in the second column if it is not next to Column A? I have tried the normal Excel syntax A1:A50,D1:D50 but this does not work. I have also created a named range but again unless the two columns are next to each other WEAP will not accept the Range. Can anyone recommend a simple work around for this? Thanks.
Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: Syntax for Excel Range in Yearly Time-Series Wizard if worksheet contains many columns   
Posted: 11/15/2016 Viewed: 1489 times
I can try to add this capability in a future version of WEAP. As a (cumbersome) workaround, you could create contiguous ranges in Excel for each set of data that you want to import into WEAP, by linking them to the original data.

Jack
Topic "Syntax for Excel Range in Yearly Time-Series Wizard if worksheet contains many columns"