I want to take an ID “sade” , then take its value3 which is 23 and divide it with sum of value3 (23+66=89) like 23/89=0.258. then multiply it with value1 and value2 and then sum it. For sade: res=23/89 L1[ID]=L1[ID]+(res * 0.21) L2[ID]=L2[ID]+(res * 0.45)
Now for the second “sade” record res=66/89 L1[ID]=L1[ID]+(res * 0.67) L2[ID]=L2[ID]+(res * 0.49)
Similar calculations for other IDs (jude,foly) as well. Thank you so much for your help. Regards, Ubee
ripat! thanks for the correction.I was in hurry.
For each of the ID I want the following output:
L1[sade]=(resi * 0.21)+ (resj * 0.67) where resi =23/89 and resj =66/89
L2[sade]=(resi * 0.45)+ (resj * 0.49)
L1[foly]=( resi * 0.31)+ (resj * 0.30) where resi =43/99 and resj =56/99
L2[foly]=( resi * 0.34)+ (resj * 0.20)
L1[jude]=( resi * 0.40)+ (resj * 0.53) where resi =63/97 and resj =34/97
L2[jude]=( resi * 0.11)+ (resj * 0.32)
I hope you got the logic.
Thanks a lot.
Regards,
Ubee
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cfajohnson !
In this code you didn't consider the value of "res" which is for "sade, res=23/89 and 66/89". Similarly for jude and foly. Please check my last message. I hope you will get my point.
Thank you.
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