I have data like the following that shows the number of days it took to issue a report.
January Days to issue report
Report 1 54 days
Report 2 43 days
Report 3 67 days
February Days to issue report
Report 4 23 days
March Days to issue report
Report 5 54 days
Report 6 34 days
Report 7 45 days
Report 8 73 days
I want to calculate a 3-month moving average of the number of days to issue a report. The number would be calculated by averaging together the numbers in the “Days to issue report” column for Jan – Mar. The next month it would be the average of the numbers for Feb –Apr, etc.
I am a Crystal Reports novice. I would appreciate any help you could give. Thanks.
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