Sat 12 Aug 2017

Downloads 16 - Sample CSV Files / Data Sets for Testing - Human Resources

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Disclaimer - The datasets are generated through random logic in VBA. These are not real human resource data and should not be used for any other purpose other than testing.

You can download sample csv files ranging from 100 records to 500000 records. These csv files contain data in various formats like Text, Numbers, Date, Time, Percentages which should satisfy your need for testing.

This data set can be categorized under "Human Resources" category.

Below are the fields which appear as part of these csv files as first line.

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Sat 17 Sep 2016

Tips & Tricks 145 - Determine the First Sunday or any other Day given Weeknumber

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If you have been given a week number and has been asked to find the first Sunday for that week, you can use following formula

=CEILING(("1JAN"&A1)-14,7)+8+7*(5-1)

Where A1 has the year say A1=2016

5 is the Week Number which you can replace.

For Finding Monday, add 1 in the formula, add 2 for Tuesday and so on.

The above formula assumes that WEEKNUM function has Sunday as the starting day for the week. If you have any other day for the week as the starting day of the week, you will have to customize the above formula as per the need.

 

Sat 16 Jan 2016

Article 34 - Show Date for a Coming or Previous Day (Say Coming Monday, Previous Friday)

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I had already written about one formula where I dealt with coming day formula - Article 3 – Show Date for a Coming Day (e.g. Coming Saturday)

I wanted to revisit this with following things in mind -

1. I wanted to explore various formulas on the above topic. Here, I am giving 2 additional formulas. So, I will be talking about a total of 3 formulas.

2. In Article 3, I talked only about Coming Day not the Previous Day. In this article, I will be talking about formulas for Previous Day also.

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Sat 12 Jul 2014

Tips & Tricks 32 - Generate Week Day Names Sun to Sat or Sunday to Saturday

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1. Put "Sun" without quotes in a Cell. Let's assume this is in cell A1 here. If you want to generate full names of the day, put "Sunday" without quotes.
Note - The start day can be any day. "Sun" is chosen for illustration purpose only. The start day will be whatever is put in cell A1.

2. Drag the bottom left corner till row 7 (or to any number of rows) by pressing left click. It will automatically generate the names of the week days.

Or

3. Drag the bottom left corner till row 7 (or to any number of rows) by pressing right click.

4. Leave Right Click.

5. From the menu which pops up, select Fill Days .

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