WeatherSnoopʼs Custodian lets you view and modify the contents of your weather database. You can specify a date range and the values that you are interested in viewing, then export that data into a comma-separated value (CSV) file that is easily read by spreadsheet applications like Numbers or Excel.
￼Hereʼ’s how to configure the Custodian:
Depending upon the date range and amount of data in the database, it may take several seconds to retrieve the data. When all of the data has been fetched, it will appear in tabular format, along with summary information in the bottom table.
Using the editor in the Custodian, you can double-click on a cell and type in a new value. The database will be updated with the new value. Note that you cannot delete or add values, only edit existing ones.
You can export the data from the Custodian to a comma-separated value (CSV) file by clicking on the Export… button. A sheet drops down with a default name and location to save the file. You can also elect to have the header row exported, as well as having the file opened automatically when the export is finished.
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