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Q10469 - INFO: GCC

GCC returns an aggregate conditional count statistics for an input variable.
The number of values that are aggregated is determined based on the frequency of the input variable.

SYNTAX:

GCC(Cx, "comp", Exp)
where :
Cx is a input conditional variable x.
comp is a comparison operator. Any valid operator such as >,<,=,<>,<=,>=. Must be in quotations.
Exp is an algebraic or boolean expression. It is used as a value for comparison.

NOTES:

The input variable frequency should be less than the result variable frequency. It makes sense to aggregate 5 one-minutely values into a 1 five-minute variable, but not the other way around.

EXAMPLES:

V6071 = GCC(C6000,"<",2)

where V6000 is a 15 minute variable, and V6071 is an hourly variable.

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