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Subject: [CQ-Contest] 2012 Florida QSO Party
From: Robert Chudek - K0RC <k0rc@citlink.net>
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Date: Wed, 02 May 2012 16:22:41 -0500
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The 2012 Florida QSO Party is "in the can" as they say in Hollywood. And 
from my seat here in Minnesota, it was quite the show!

This message is a reminder that you can download the free Florida QSO 
Party tools I created. Here's the link: *http://tinyurl.com/6sc8z7n*

Here's a brief description of each workbook.

*QP - FL Log Analyzer Rev 2.0.5.xls
*This workbook will import any two logs (in Cabrillo format). You can 
compare last years performance with this year, or compare your log 
against another persons log. Many worksheets provide side-by-side 
tables, graphs, and charts. It supports both In-State and Out-State logs.

*QP - FL Mobile Analyzer Rev 2.0.3.xls
*This workbook is specifically for Florida _mobile_ station logs. You 
can import any two logs (in Cabrillo format) for a side-by-side 
comparison. It shows statistics specific to mobile logs, such as the 
sequence of counties activated, when you logged the first QSO and who it 
was, how many minutes and how many QSOs you made in each county. In 
addition, it will tell you the elapsed time between the last QSO of one 
county and the first QSO in the next county. It also calculates a pseudo 
QSO rate for each county (how many Q's would you log in that county if 
you spent one hour there). This new version also shows return visits to 
the same county. This could be a useful tool to help you review your 
planned county activations vs. the reality of that plan!

*QP - FL County Stats Rev 1.0.0.xls
*This is a new workbook this year and also features the "one-click" 
Cabrillo import. The focus is on a single log and supports both In-State 
and Out-State logs. It shows the 67 counties, who was your first 
contact, at what date/time, and mode. It also tabulates the 1x1 stations 
you worked on CW and Phone, showing the date, time, mode, and frequency 
from your log. There are other tables that slice and dice the log to 
show more details as well.

These workbooks were created using Excel 2003 and incorporate VBA 
coding. This Excel version (or any version newer) should work without 
any issue. It has been reported the "one-click" Cabrillo import feature 
does not work in older Excel versions. If you find any problems or need 
help with these tools, send me an email. I also appreciate suggestions 
for adding features if there is something you feel would make this tool 

73 de Bob - KØRC in MN
k0rc [at] arrl [dot] net

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