Finding the fun caches

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ar_kayaker
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Finding the fun caches

Postby ar_kayaker » Sat Oct 18, 2008 10:24 pm

Anybody know enough computer programing and/or GSAK macro editing to be able to sort PQ data and determine the average length of the log entries?

I know for a fact I write longer logs for caches I like where all I write for a PNG is one sentence, sometime less.

I'm thinking that if you could sort the data in a PQ or GSAK database so that the caches with the longest average log entries were sorted to the top you'd have a good chance of getting a list of the more interesting caches to visit.


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Re: Finding the fun caches

Postby idratherbehiking » Sun Oct 19, 2008 5:40 am

ar_kayaker wrote:Anybody know enough computer programing and/or GSAK macro editing to be able to sort PQ data and determine the average length of the log entries?AK


I just checked the online macro index and there is one written just for this purpose titled log length. Let us know if this works.
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Postby ar_kayaker » Sun Oct 19, 2008 10:15 am

Just what I was looking for, at least mostly. Now if I can just get it to sort out the people who write ten page logs for wal-mart skirt lifters.....

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