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    Default Messier Logging Spreadsheet and Wiki Tool



    Hello All,

    So part of the requirement for apply for the Messier Visual Award, whether the M30, M70, or M110, is to upload your data to the forum's Wiki pages for each object.

    This is all explained here: Astronomy Certificate Visual Awards Program Apply Now!!!

    I got to thinking (always dangerous!) and thought, why not have a spreadsheet to record ones log entries for these Messier objects AND have the spreadsheet generate the appropriate text for copying and pasting to the wiki pages?

    Seems easy enough to build. So today I've spent an hour or so whipping one together: Messier Logsheet.xls

    And here follows a quick and dirty guide to properly utilize the wiki copy and paste function of the spreadsheet and the forum.

    Note that I've left a single log entry in the spreadsheet as an example for demonstration purposes. Please remove that one prior to inputting your own data.

    So, when you are ready to add entries to the respective wiki pages, simply open the spreadsheet, and it should appear something like this:



    Go the second tab (note the tabs at the bottom), the one called WikiData, and you should see this:



    Simply input the Messier number (number only!) into the little box. For demonstration purpose, we'll use M33:



    That should then populate the form with data from the logsheet appropriate to that Messier object. Next, simply highlight cells B9 through B25 thus:



    And then copy these by either right-clicking and choosing COPY, or by pressing CTRL C on your keyboard.

    Next, swap over to the forum, and go to the Wiki section:

    Or click here: http://www.astronomyforum.net/wiki/M...erving-reports



    Locate the link to the appropriate Wiki page for the object. You may need to scroll through a few pages to get there. Here is the one for Messier 33:



    On the next page, find the section that pertains to the aperture size for your observation, and click the little EDIT link. In my case here, I used my 12" dobsonian, thus:



    ****IMPORTANT NOTE: IF THERE IS ALREADY AN ENTRY IN PLACE FOR THE OBJECT AND APERTURE SIZE, PLEASE TO NOT OVERWRITE OR DELETE THE EXISTING ENTRY. SIMPLY GO TO THE BOTTOM OF THE EXISTING ENTRY, PRESS ENTER A COUPLE OF TIMES, AND THEN PROCEED TO THE NEXT STEP. THANKS!****

    On the next screen, click the little "Paste as Plain text" icon:



    And that should bring up the following box:



    That comes in handy for a variety of reasons. It strips away any formatting. Useful for not only our purpose here, but comes in handy occasionally with regular forum posting.

    Anyway, right click to post, or CTRL V on your keyboard to paste the previously copied spreadsheet information. You MAY need to copy again on the spreadsheet first.

    You should now see this:



    Click the OK button. You should now see this:



    Click SAVE. All done:



    Now you can move on to the next object. Simply go back to the spreadsheet and input the Messier number of the next object and repeat the process.

    I hope this proves useful. If anyone has any questions at all, please let me know. Suggestions for impovement are always welcome as well.

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    Default Re: Messier Logging Spreadsheet and Wiki Tool

    Bryan,

    My goodness you've been a busy moderator. Nicely done. Staying organized is the only easy way to accomplish this task which usually takes many, many nights.

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    Excellent work with Excel, Bryan! Wish I would have had this a long time ago, I copied and pasted mine the long way.
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    Thank you Bryan.
    I have not the foggiest …. :-)




    Quote Originally Posted by bladekeeper View Post
    Hello All,

    So part of the requirement for apply for the Messier Visual Award, whether the M30, M70, or M110, is to upload your data to the forum's Wiki pages for each object.

    This is all explained here: Astronomy Certificate Visual Awards Program Apply Now!!!

    I got to thinking (always dangerous!) and thought, why not have a spreadsheet to record ones log entries for these Messier objects AND have the spreadsheet generate the appropriate text for copying and pasting to the wiki pages?

    Seems easy enough to build. So today I've spent an hour or so whipping one together: Messier Logsheet.xls

    And here follows a quick and dirty guide to properly utilize the wiki copy and paste function of the spreadsheet and the forum.

    Note that I've left a single log entry in the spreadsheet as an example for demonstration purposes. Please remove that one prior to inputting your own data.

    So, when you are ready to add entries to the respective wiki pages, simply open the spreadsheet, and it should appear something like this:



    Go the second tab (note the tabs at the bottom), the one called WikiData, and you should see this:



    Simply input the Messier number (number only!) into the little box. For demonstration purpose, we'll use M33:



    That should then populate the form with data from the logsheet appropriate to that Messier object. Next, simply highlight cells B9 through B25 thus:



    And then copy these by either right-clicking and choosing COPY, or by pressing CTRL C on your keyboard.

    Next, swap over to the forum, and go to the Wiki section:



    Locate the link to the appropriate Wiki page for the object. You may need to scroll through a few pages to get there. Here is the one for Messier 33:



    On the next page, find the section that pertains to the aperture size for your observation, and click the little EDIT link. In my case here, I used my 12" dobsonian, thus:



    On the next screen, click the little "Paste as Plain text" icon:



    And that should bring up the following box:



    That comes in handy for a variety of reasons. It strips away any formatting. Useful for not only our purpose here, but comes in handy occasionally with regular forum posting.

    Anyway, right click to post, or CTRL V on your keyboard to paste the previously copied spreadsheet information. You MAY need to copy again on the spreadsheet first.

    You should now see this:



    Click the OK button. You should now see this:



    Click SAVE. All done:



    Now you can move on to the next object. Simply go back to the spreadsheet and input the Messier number of the next object and repeat the process.

    I hope this proves useful. If anyone has any questions at all, please let me know. Suggestions for impovement are always welcome as well.

    Clear skies!
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    Nice work, Bryan!

    If I ever get a clear night sans mosquitos and 100% humidity, I'll give this a try!
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    Very nice job Bryan!
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    Too bleeping complicated... sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by UlteriorModem View Post
    Too bleeping complicated... sorry
    It isn't really that complicated. It's quite easy after you do it a time or two.

    Let me explain why I did this.

    So back in February, the requirement for the award to upload one's descriptions was added to the awards program. This necessitates gathering your data, add the pertinent bits to the proper format, copying and pasting to the appropriate wiki page.

    This often means typing and re-typing your notes two or three times. That quickly becomes a pain in the keister.

    So my thought was, if one begins logging their Messier observations on the spreadsheet from the onset, the spreadsheet will then format the data in the proper manner to easily copy and paste to the appropriate wiki page.

    This way, you only have to keying your data one time.

    Fact is, participation in the Messier visual awards program has been down this year. Some of that is due to poor observing conditions, some due to lack of interest altogether, and for some folks, the wiki entry part of the qualification turns into a chore, i.e. too much work. My thought here was to alleviate some of the burden on the participants.
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    Great job, bladekeeper!
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    Nice, Bryan, you certainly thought that through. I have to say, I have been wanting to at least start this, but the weather has just not been good. Now I have no excuse Seriously, well done; a whole lot easier than a template in notepad or even Word. I'll use this for sure! Your post was easy to follow; good pics, step by step; it would be worth printing out to make following the steps the first few times easier.

    Just as a note, I read your post and my computer was in Linux Mint 18.1, your XLS file opened fine in LibreOffice, and I gave all your steps a trial run (no submission). So as well as Windows, it Works in Linux. Ya done good

    Thanks again for that; if the weather holds I too may have some Messier awards to chase!
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