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Simple qustion really, about to start charting, should I use farenheit or celsius? I'm sure I read somewhere that farenheit shows a more obvious jump? Sorry if I sound stupid, new to this!
You can do either, I find celsius absolutely fine. Just make sure you look up the relevant guidance on what to count as a temperature shift.
Ok, thank you I'd rather do celsius as that is wjat I know but wasn't sure if it showed as big a change. I suppose it would be the same.
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