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Exporting DATS datasets in non-linear format

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The following tutorial shows in detail how to use Prosig DATS to export data in a non-linear format.

DATS stores all data in linear format. When you export data you are exporting the raw stored data. Therefore, to export data in a non-linear fashion we must convert the data to non-linear scale (dB for our example) and then export to the desired format, in this case CSV.

  1. Launch DATS
  2. Load the dataset you would like to export. Notice the linear format.
    Loaded Linear Data
  3. Select the function -> Standard Analysis -> Maths Functions -> Linear to dB. Notice the non linear format.
    Data converted to non-linear
  4. Select the function -> Standard Analysis -> Export -> CSV
  5. Select your desired file path for the CSV file
  6. Select to export the independent variable
    Export to CSV with independent variable
  7. Exported data
    Exported CSV File
  8. And, finally, a small excerpt of the exported data
    Microsoft Excel - CSVOUT.CSV_2014-02-27_11-19-23
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James Wren

Former Application Engineer & Sales Manager at Prosig
James Wren was Sales & Marketing Manager for Prosig Ltd until 2019. James graduated from Portsmouth University in 2001, with a Masters degree in Electronic Engineering. He is a Chartered Engineer and a registered Eur Ing. He has been involved with motorsport from a very early age with a special interest in data acquisition. James is a founder member of the Dalmeny Racing team.

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