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How would I find the Percent of FuelTypeNum within the Band given
AvailableMW?

example:
type 1 is 1% of PB0
type 2 is 54% of PB0
type 4 is 4% of PB0
type 5 is 42% of PB0

Note: the Bands and fuel types are not always constant.

Data:
FuelTypeNum Bands AvailableMW AvailableMWNewFormat
1 PB0 185319 185.319
2 PB0 18352000 18352
4 PB0 1338785 1338.785
5 PB0 14189756 14189.756
2 PB1 48229 48.229
5 PB1 792433 792.433
2 PB2 7034959 7034.959
4 PB2 796 0.796
5 PB2 1652519 1652.519
1 PB3 16 0.016
2 PB3 11633 11.633
4 PB3 8076 8.076
5 PB3 97410 97.41
1 PB4 4610 4.61
2 PB4 3048 3.048
4 PB4 1117 1.117
5 PB4 28097 28.097
1 PB5 1155 1.155
2 PB5 5331 5.331
4 PB5 2491 2.491
5 PB5 12887 12.887
1 PB6 4 0.004
2 PB6 5774 5.774
4 PB6 2643 2.643
5 PB6 25475 25.475
1 PB7 133 0.133
2 PB7 3787 3.787
4 PB7 750 0.75
5 PB7 10682 10.682
http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/file/n4632857/Rdata.xlsx Rdata.xlsx

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•  at Jun 9, 2012 at 2:07 am ⇧
There are almost surely a brazillion ways. Here's one:

Call your data frame "X". Do:

XT <- xtabs(AvailableMW~Bands+FuelTypeNum,data=X)
PXT <- 100*XT/apply(XT,1,sum)
print(round(PXT,2))

This gives percent of fuel type 1 in band PB0 as

0.54 53.87 3.93 41.65

to two decimal places --- which corresponds with the values
you gave (assuming that you were rather cavalier about rounding).

cheers,

Rolf Turner
On 09/06/12 10:15, jcrosbie wrote:
How would I find the Percent of FuelTypeNum within the Band given
AvailableMW?

example:
type 1 is 1% of PB0
type 2 is 54% of PB0
type 4 is 4% of PB0
type 5 is 42% of PB0

Note: the Bands and fuel types are not always constant.

Data:
FuelTypeNum Bands AvailableMW AvailableMWNewFormat
1 PB0 185319 185.319
2 PB0 18352000 18352
4 PB0 1338785 1338.785
5 PB0 14189756 14189.756
2 PB1 48229 48.229
5 PB1 792433 792.433
2 PB2 7034959 7034.959
4 PB2 796 0.796
5 PB2 1652519 1652.519
1 PB3 16 0.016
2 PB3 11633 11.633
4 PB3 8076 8.076
5 PB3 97410 97.41
1 PB4 4610 4.61
2 PB4 3048 3.048
4 PB4 1117 1.117
5 PB4 28097 28.097
1 PB5 1155 1.155
2 PB5 5331 5.331
4 PB5 2491 2.491
5 PB5 12887 12.887
1 PB6 4 0.004
2 PB6 5774 5.774
4 PB6 2643 2.643
5 PB6 25475 25.475
1 PB7 133 0.133
2 PB7 3787 3.787
4 PB7 750 0.75
5 PB7 10682 10.682
http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/file/n4632857/Rdata.xlsx Rdata.xlsx

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•  at Jun 9, 2012 at 2:46 am ⇧

On Jun 8, 2012, at 6:15 PM, jcrosbie wrote:
How would I find the Percent of FuelTypeNum within the Band given
AvailableMW?

example:
type 1 is 1% of PB0
type 2 is 54% of PB0
type 4 is 4% of PB0
type 5 is 42% of PB0
format( 100*prop.table(table(dfrm\$FuelTypeNum)), 0 )

... should do it.

Note: the Bands and fuel types are not always constant.

Data:
FuelTypeNum Bands AvailableMW AvailableMWNewFormat
1 PB0 185319 185.319
2 PB0 18352000 18352
4 PB0 1338785 1338.785
5 PB0 14189756 14189.756
2 PB1 48229 48.229
5 PB1 792433 792.433
2 PB2 7034959 7034.959
4 PB2 796 0.796
5 PB2 1652519 1652.519
1 PB3 16 0.016
2 PB3 11633 11.633
4 PB3 8076 8.076
5 PB3 97410 97.41
1 PB4 4610 4.61
2 PB4 3048 3.048
4 PB4 1117 1.117
5 PB4 28097 28.097
1 PB5 1155 1.155
2 PB5 5331 5.331
4 PB5 2491 2.491
5 PB5 12887 12.887
1 PB6 4 0.004
2 PB6 5774 5.774
4 PB6 2643 2.643
5 PB6 25475 25.475
1 PB7 133 0.133
2 PB7 3787 3.787
4 PB7 750 0.75
5 PB7 10682 10.682
http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/file/n4632857/Rdata.xlsx Rdata.xlsx

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