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can i use pulldata to determine which multiplier to use, based on a range of values?

Question asked by LBerni@slco.org_slco on Dec 6, 2018
Latest reply on Dec 10, 2018 by LBerni@slco.org_slco

Conductivity will be collected via the survey, and will be used to calculate TDS. 

Below is the scale for the calculation of TDS based on Conductivity:

0 to 23.0 (multiply by 0.64)
23.1 to 84 (multiply by 0.60)
84.1 to 447 (multiply by 0.67)
447.1 to 1413 (multiply by 0.71)
1413.1 to 1500 (multiply by 0.70)
1500.1 to 2070 (multiply by 0.72)
2070.1 to 2764 (multiply by 0.75)
2764.1 to 8974 (multiply by 0.85)
8974.1 to 12880 (multiply by 0.88)
12880.1 to 15000 (multiply by 0.90)
15000.1 to 80000 (multiply by 0.99)

 

Rather than using a complex calculation, I was wondering if I could use pulldata to determine which multiplier to use.

Thanks,

Lynn

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