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piggy
Fluorite | Level 6
Hi guys,
I recently got lots of tables as below,

PLA_R time1 time2 time3 time4 time5 time6 time7 time8 time9
2 263.0 263.0 263.0 258.0 253.5 248.4 242.0 238.4 237.0
3 206.0 206.0 206.0 206.0 188.4 156.8 144.1 143.0 143.0
4 281.0 266.5 240.0 222.4 209.0 209 209.0 209.0 217.8
5 225.0 225.0 225.0 219.7 206.8 199.0 195.4 195.0 195.0
6 225.0 215.6 210.0 202.7 181.6 167.0 171.1 173.5 179.0
7 225.0 222.6 206.0 201.6 182.4 185.0 185.0 185.0 185.0
8 281.0 281.0 273.1 254.0 243.3 246.0 241.0 241.0 261.0
9 281.0 281.0 281.0 281.0 281.0 281.0 281.0 281.0 281.0

is there any way I can transfer these data/table to the following?

treatment person power time
PLA_R 2 263 time1
PLA_R 3 206 time1
PLA_R 4 281 time1
PLA_R 5 225 time1
PLA_R 6 225 time1
PLA_R 7 225 time1
PLA_R 8 281 time1
PLA_R 9 281 time1
PLA_R 2 263 time2
PLA_R 3 206 time2
PLA_R 4 266.5 time2
PLA_R 5 225 time2
PLA_R 6 215.6 time2
PLA_R 7 222.6 time2
PLA_R 8 281 time2
PLA_R 9 281 time2
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piggy
Fluorite | Level 6
thanks, I have figured it out.

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