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Post From: TPO Cross-Session Merge Irregularity

[2023-01-24 20:50:59]
kas64h - Posts: 87
Yes, for the 3 examples marked-up in the Chartbook I sent (and the 2 examples images in my first post), I split the last Profile of each Session (i.e. the Profile immediately before each Profile starting 07:00:01), purely to emphasise the issue.
I.E. So each Un-Split Profile prior to each 07:00:01 Profile, started at 20:20:01.
The Profile Start Time of 20:20:01 is in keeping with the Profile Time Period Length of 100 Minutes within the TPO Profile Chart Study (i.e. 07:00:01, 08:40:01, 10:20:01 etc. all the way up to 20:20:01)
I split these Profiles until the 'last' remaining Profile of each Session started at 20:59:01, and could not be split out anymore.
The reason for doing this was purely to emphasise how after merging, the new Profile looks way too skinny.

I only did this for the examples labelled.
BTW - I've just noticed an error in my labelling of the examples - The Dates and Times are correct, but the Days are not - clearly every example Day is NOT a 'Fri' - Apologies! [This does not affect issue at hand]

To find examples where the Profiles remain completely un-split (un-touched if you like), simply scroll back through the Chart I sent to earlier Dates (anywhere back before the Profile beginning Thu 2023-01-19 07:00:01)
So, for example merge Profiles Thu 2023-01-19 07:00:01 and Wed 2023-01-18 20:20:01 OR Wed 2023-01-18 07:00:01 and Tue 2023-01-17 20:20:01 (i.e. each example must span different sessions)
You should see the same issue.

For clarity I have attached before and after merge images where NO Profiles have been split prior to the merge!

Example 3: Profiles Thu 2023-01-19 07:00:01 and Wed 2023-01-18 20:20:01: https://www.sierrachart.com/image.php?Image=1674593222545.png
Example 4: Profiles Wed 2023-01-18 07:00:01 and Tue 2023-01-17 20:20:01: https://www.sierrachart.com/image.php?Image=1674593359635.png

I hope this helps clarify the issue I'm attempting to illustrate.
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2023-01-24 20:52:02