A tutorial by James Wren (Prosig UK) on how to use the reference cursors in the DATS software to precisely measure features in your data.
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One of Prosig’s engineers was recently creating a complex worksheet application that required some complicated arithmetic to be performed on values calculated in the worksheet. Worksheet (or global) variables are ideal for this. The Variable Mods DPU also has an expression evaluator built in. Consider the following worksheet that takes a Named Element from two signals and sums them. Continue reading Using global variables, variable arithmetic & script fragments2090class="post-2090 post type-post status-publish format-video has-post-thumbnail hentry category-tutorial category-video tag-analysis tag-dats tag-noise tag-p8000 tag-report tag-software tag-vibration tag-video post_format-post-format-video"
This is the final part of our four part tutorial. This adds a report to the worksheet we developed in part 3.
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Today we have the third of our four part tutorial. Here we show how to quickly build a worksheet to analyze the data we captured in parts one and two.
Part four will follow on Monday
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