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# Decimal number with two decimal places (2.45) to hours (2:45h)

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6 - Interface Innovator

How can I replace decimal number with two decimal places to hourly like number.

2.42 > 2:42h

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13 - Mars

Hi @Michael1 ,

I would do the following:

The lookup field would be a Rollup and set to get the AVERAGE(values)

Then in the formula field I would do something like this

DATETIME_FORMAT(DATETIME_PARSE({Numbers},‘hh:mm’),‘hh:mm’)

Or if you want to keep it as a LookUp field you can put the formula like that
DATETIME_FORMAT(DATETIME_PARSE(AVERAGE({Numbers}),‘hh:mm’),‘hh:mm’)

Hope this helps

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13 - Mars

Hi @Michael1 ,

I would do the following:

The lookup field would be a Rollup and set to get the AVERAGE(values)

Then in the formula field I would do something like this

DATETIME_FORMAT(DATETIME_PARSE({Numbers},‘hh:mm’),‘hh:mm’)

Or if you want to keep it as a LookUp field you can put the formula like that
DATETIME_FORMAT(DATETIME_PARSE(AVERAGE({Numbers}),‘hh:mm’),‘hh:mm’)

Hope this helps

6 - Interface Innovator

Thanks that helped!
I just had problems with NaN fields and ERROR after that, but I just combined ISERROR with your formula.

IF(ISERROR(AVERAGE({Numbers}))=0, DATETIME_FORMAT(DATETIME_PARSE({Numbers},‘hh:mm’),‘hh:mm’,BLANK()))

6 - Interface Innovator

I may be boring,
But do you know why does it show me numbers that are ending with “0” like this

Formulas I used:
Lookup Numbers > AVERAGE(values)
test 0316 > IF(ISERROR(AVERAGE({Lookup Numbers}))=0, DATETIME_FORMAT(DATETIME_PARSE({Lookup Numbers},‘hh:mm’),‘hh:mm’,BLANK()))

Had to use ISERROR because of error and NaN.