format of external biomet file

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    malus
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    Hi All!

    I have a problem with my external biomet file (half hourly values). The columns are correctly recognized but when I start computation I am told “Searching biomet data in file: “D:EddiProRE_biomet_filesRE_meteo_for_Eddy_Pro5.csv”

    Fortran runtime error: Bad value during integer read”.

    I looked into the data and searched for crude numbers using the filter function of Excel but I have not found any.

    My biomet file is formatted as follows:

    TIMESTAMP_1,TIMESTAMP_2,TIMESTAMP_3,RH_1_1_1,Tbc_1_1_1,Pa_1_1_1

    YYYY,ddd,HHMM,%,K,Pa

    2005,125,0000,97.70,276.06,81667.34

    2005,125,0030,97.70,276.03,81645.54

    2005,125,0130,93.00,275.89,81623.43

    2005,125,0130,81.70,276.03,81588.12

    2005,125,0200,77.90,276.11,81561.48

    Missing values are indicated by -9999.00. The time refers to the beginning of the averaging interval as for used raw data.

    A further question is whether excel uses the usual Windows line terminator when I save my data as a cvs-file.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Best,

    Malus

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    gerardo
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    Hello Malus,

    sorry for the delay of this response.

    In your biomet file, type the “YYYY” as “yyyy”, and it should work.

    Please let us know if it does!

    Thanks,

    Gerardo

    PS: not sure what Excel does, but if you save the file in Excel, please double check that you can see the file with a text editor such as notepad++. If so, the file should be readable by EddyPro.

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