You’re awesome! Thanks for taking the time to enter in the table and the formula. I was able to put the temperature in °F and the data looked good. If you look at the chart in the spreadsheet I have a link for below you’ll see it is mostly how I described it.
I failed to say that every once in a while I raised the bag of grains (just like you would with a tea bag when brewing a cup of tea) to let the malty goodness seep out of the grains. When I raised the grains up, the water level dropped and the thermocouple was in the air causing a dip in temperature.
I used the Mooshimeter along with the following to collect the data
Thermocouple $3.85 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00843IKWK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Thermocouple Adapter Connector (5 pack for $5.13)
Thermocouple to Fluke Adapter ($29.99)
I’ve been wanting to data-log the temperature aspect of my brewing process for about a year. The Mooshimeter is the right tool (along with the items listed above). Thanks for taking the time to convert the .csv file to a useful spreadsheet. Thanks so much!