2011-06-21 13:47:04Converting a graph to Excel values
dana1981
Dana Nuccitelli
dana1981@yahoo...
69.230.102.37

Hey guys, John said somebody might have some software to take a graph and convert it into Excel values.  I'd like to do that with Don Easterbrook's cooling predictions.  Can anybody do that?

2011-06-21 16:01:32
Daniel Bailey
Daniel Bailey
yooper49855@hotmail...
97.83.150.37

Robert Way might be the one for this task.

2011-06-21 17:00:04Converting
John Cook

john@skepticalscience...
121.222.9.229

Note - specifically, it's the right hand part of this graph that needs conversion. We can always replace the left side of the graph with instrumental data. We just need to digitise Easterbrook's predictions so we can plot them on a graph alongside reality.

Reality vs Easterbrook prediction - now there's a divergence problem.

2011-06-22 03:20:19
dana1981
Dana Nuccitelli
dana1981@yahoo...
64.129.227.4

Yeah true, we don't need the whole thing.  We just need Easterbrook's predictions from 2000 on.  I'll email Robert to see if he can help.

2011-06-22 03:40:39
Riccardo

riccardoreitano@tiscali...
192.84.150.209

I did it John, check your mail.

2011-06-22 04:06:21
dana1981
Dana Nuccitelli
dana1981@yahoo...
64.129.227.4

Thanks Riccardo, can you send it to me too?  dana1981@yahoo.com

2011-06-22 04:21:32
Riccardo

riccardoreitano@tiscali...
93.147.82.129

You both should have it in your mailboxes.

2011-06-22 07:42:10
Andy S

skucea@telus...
66.183.162.190

I can do it as well, I use GetData which is easy to use (but their automatic tracker doesn't work well in most cases). $30 for a personal license. There's a free trial for three weeks.

2011-06-22 08:03:21
Riccardo

riccardoreitano@tiscali...
93.147.82.129

This one is open source, both for windows and linux. There are others though.