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How can I start each week from tuesday?

nikita012
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Below is my code. It starts each week from sunday. How can start each week from tuesday? Do I need to change anything in +1w@w?

| eval weeknum=strftime(relative_time(strptime(Date,"%d-%b"),"+1w@w"),"%Y/%V")

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niketn
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@nikita012 seems like this is a followup question to your previous question. https://answers.splunk.com/answers/738645/convert-week-number-to-the-1st-date-in-that-week.html

You can use the following snap-to setting to set to Tuesday "-0w@w+2d". Also if your previous question is resolved kindly accept/upvote that as well.

| eval WeekStartDate=strftime(relative_time(strptime(MinTime,"%m/%d/%Y"),"-0w@w+2d"),"%m/%d/%Y") 
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| makeresults | eval message= "Happy Splunking!!!"

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niketn
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@nikita012 seems like this is a followup question to your previous question. https://answers.splunk.com/answers/738645/convert-week-number-to-the-1st-date-in-that-week.html

You can use the following snap-to setting to set to Tuesday "-0w@w+2d". Also if your previous question is resolved kindly accept/upvote that as well.

| eval WeekStartDate=strftime(relative_time(strptime(MinTime,"%m/%d/%Y"),"-0w@w+2d"),"%m/%d/%Y") 
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| makeresults | eval message= "Happy Splunking!!!"
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