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Can i import CSV into testmy.net ?


johnstonf
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Hi johnstonf, welcome!

 

In the CSV you can see the username, computer id and test id fields. From that we can figure out where to find the results.

 

Example: (open with a normal text editor like notepad or textedit)

 

Date format: D M d Y @ g:i:s a,Type,Test Size,Score Mbps,Score MB/s,Username,Computer ID,ISP / Host,Extra Identifier,Test ID

Mon Dec 12 2022 @ 10:54:07 am,UP,15.3 MB,39.01,4.88,CA3LE,6532027578876,comcast_cable,72----monument-co-us,hdqup-kbW
Sun Dec 11 2022 @ 12:21:16 pm,UP,14.6 MB,37.99,4.75,CA3LE,6532027578876,comcast_cable,72----monument-co-us,uvyEtSH5i
Sun Dec 11 2022 @ 12:21:01 pm,DN,82.8 MB,250.85,31.36,CA3LE,6532027578876,comcast_cable,72----monument-co-us,EcbpI7hnS

 

Form links like this:

 

If you post the CSV I'll post back links.

 

I prefer pulling it up using TestMy.net's graphing system whenever possible but here's another way.

 

Open the CSV with a spreadsheet program like Google Sheets,

  1. sort the sheet by upload and download field
  2. select the date, type and speed in Mbps fields
  3. insert [menu] + chart
  4. do that for upload and download speed

 

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