📍 The function COORDY is used to extract the Y part of a coordinate pair. This is useful when you want to isolate only the Y value from a coordinate-type data point.
📍 It is most often associated with the functions COORDINATES() or GEOLOC(), which are used to create a coordinate value with an X and Y pair.
There is also:
📍 The COORDX() function, which is used to extract the X part of a coordinate pair.
Additionally:
📍 The GEOLOC() function is used to obtain the geographical coordinates 📍 (latitude and longitude) of a full address.
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➡️ Structure:
- 🟡 coordinate (param1): The coordinate value from which you want to extract the Y part.
- 🔵 COORDY(): The function that extracts the Y value from the coordinate pair.
➡️ Example:
In this example, the COORDY function will extract the Y value from the coordinate pair COORDINATES(123, 456), which is 456.
Expected result:
The function will return 456, which is the Y value from the coordinate pair.
👁️🗨️ Related articles for managing coordinate points
COORDINATES()
COORDX()
📝 Practical use:
These three functions are ideal for manipulating and working with location data in an application. For example, by combining GEOLOC(), COORDINATES, COORDX, and COORDY, you can manage geographic points and display them on maps or perform calculations related to the distance between two points.
💡 These functions are essential for representing data in the TimeTonic map view 🗺️ , allowing for the manipulation and precise display of geographic coordinates on a map. |
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