CALCULATE YOUR RANGE VALUES
I have created this 'calculator' to make calculating your ranges for my Temperature Charts a little easier. All you need are your Lowest and Highest temperatures from your sample data, and your ranges are automatically calculated for you (and if you scroll to the bottom there is a handy print function too).
- If you know all the data in your year then use the highest and lowest temperature from that year
- If you are tracking the current year, use the highest and lowest temperatures from last year
Enter the values and it will automatically then calculate your values for you
Please use this as your range: If stitching the Daily chart, then the Temp Range starts from the dark blue Blackwork on the chart down to the red; if stitching the Bookshelves then use the book as stated. Scroll to the bottom to print this out.
These ranges correspond to the ranges on page 4 of your pdf
|Temp Range / Book||Low||High|
|Temp Range 1 / Book A||Temperatures up to|
|Temp Range 2 / Book B|
|Temp Range 3 / Book C|
|Temp Range 4 / Book D|
|Temp Range 5 / Book E|
|Temp Range 6 / Book F|
|Temp Range 7 / Book G|
|Temp Range 8 / Book H|
|Temp Range 9 / Book I|
|Temp Range 10 / Book J|
|Temp Range 11 / Book K|
|Temp Range 12 / Book L|
|Temp Range 13 / Book M|
|Temp Range 14 / Book N|
|Temp Range 15 / Book O||and above|
(c) Peppermint Purple Ltd : These ranges have been specifically calculated for use only with Peppermint Purple Temperature Charts and are not suitable, nor authorised, for use with any other designers charts.