Converting Decimels Numbers into Hours, Minutes, Seconds
I currently have a column that has decimel numberic values and I need to convert these values into a time format. Please note that the column containing this data is not a Date/Time column. A beastmode or and ETL transformation will work for me.
Example:
Column contains 2.25, I would like for it to display as 2:15 or 00:02:15. I will take either format.
Best Answer

Domo Support was able to create a beastmode to do this.
Example:
To get the Average Abandoned Time take = (SUM(`abntime`)/SUM(`abncalls`))/60.
To convert mintues and fractions of a minutes this beastmode was created
concat(floor(IFNULL(((SUM(`abntime`)/NULLIF(SUM(`abncalls`),0))/60),0)),'.',
 1.8 = time in min 
RIGHT(CONCAT('0', ROUND((
(IFNULL(((SUM(`abntime`)/NULLIF(SUM(`abncalls`),0))/60),0)) * 60  converts it to seconds
 FLOOR((IFNULL(((SUM(`abntime`)/NULLIF(SUM(`abncalls`),0))/60),0))) * 60) converts whole min to seconds (min + seconds)  (min)
,0)),2)  Get rid of decimal for concat() 
)*10
Answers

There is a function called SEC_TO_TIME() that would probably work for you.
Are your values in minutes? Try this : SEC_TO_TIME(2.25*60) > 00:02:15
Are your values in hours? Try this : SEC_TO_TIME(2.25*3600) > 02:15:00
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Thanks for the response Aaron. I have already tried sec_to_time. All get is the column changes to a text format and a value of 1.
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@ShaneB  just wondering, was the chart type used in the card a table or some type of bar chart where Domo Support was able to create a beast mode that allowed you to show the average in real time, not a decimal/numeric format and minutes as a percentage? Thanks!
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Use following formula:
CONCAT(FLOOR((round((sum((`hours worked`))),2)*60)/60),' h ', round(MOD((round((sum((`hours worked`))),2)*60),60),2),' m')
where `hours worked` is a column containing values like 1.77 hours.
Here we are converting these decimal hours into minutes and then getting output in form of 'X h Y m'.
You may change the beast mode in case your data resides in one row for each day(or time period) which would require removing sum and if you want to see ':' you may as well remove h and m and put any delimiter instead.
Thanks. Happy DOMOing
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