Something along those lines was one of the ideas I was
playing around with but with finer blocks of time.
select hg from readings where time > "04:00" and time < "4:30";
. and so on
and then averaging the time slots. Where I have no values in
a given time slot I could to linear interpolation. Abigail
makes a very valid point
that I am trying to wrap my head around to figure out how
to implement it is the theory (fact?) that there may be a
sinusoidal relationship to consider as well.
I beginning to think that I have a good basis for a
posting to CUFP when I get this working.
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