True and Mean Lunar Node Longitude

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    Thomas F.
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    Hi,

    can anyone give me an idea about writing a script that can create AND display the longitude degree position of the lunar true node AND lunar mean node position as in the chart I have attached to this message?

    Thanks all a lot.

    Thomas

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    Darren
    Darren
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    Hi Thomas,

    No need to script this! You can add two GPL tools and select the Lunar Mean and True Nodes. From your example the scale is reversed, so you need to set the GPL Direction property to Reverse. Also, you will need to select the appropriate Price Unit with which to convert the longitude value. This example is using a Price Unit of 10 with 10 harmonics:

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    #47239

    Thomas F.
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    Hi Darren,

    very simple and cool. Thanks.

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    Thomas F.
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    Hi Darren,

    I have tried to copy the data of the lunar nodes using the “Copy Data to Clipboard” function in “Actions”. But it didn’t worked. No data was exported in Excel. Using the function “Copy All Data Lists to Clipboard” copies the current “postion” of the nodes BUT NOT the longitude degree position.

    In the Knowledge Base descripton of GPL it is mentioned that it should be possible to copy the data.

    I am interestd in the longitude degree position.

    Thanks again.

    Thomas

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    Darren
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    Because the GPL is not a standard tool based on the price data (it’s derived from the ephemeris) it does not get copied to clipboard from the chart. Instead apply a Show View to the chart and use the PVAL() function set to longitude:

    PVAL(PLANET=[Mean Node], VALUE=Longitude)

    Then right-click on the tool to copy data to clipboard and paste in to Excel.

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    #47259

    Thomas F.
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    Hi Darren,

    a real cool script and it works very good like an ephemeris generator.

    Thanks.

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