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Dan Neely23-Nov-20 5:18
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Dan Neely24-Nov-20 2:33
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Sander Rossel wrote:
1400 columns!? WTF | :WTF:


The changes I was debugging were to allow scaling down the report size at customer request; after years of insisting on adding more stuff to it. Roll eyes | :rolleyes:


Sander Rossel wrote:
What human will even be able to read and interpret that much data? Confused | :confused:


My understanding is that they fold, spindle, and mutilate out a subset of columns containing whatever they're actually interested in at the moment; and then feed it into a stats program for a second round of folding, spindling, and mutilating in order to get a result of "we did good last year, give us another grant to keep doing this for next year".
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