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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 9:28 am Reply with quote
cekcim
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Hi there...
new user here... I looked into most of the EASERA manual but I'm having some trouble with the Results window. How can I add more details here? For example, I would like to include RT, D/R ratio, SNR, etc.
So far I can only get fixed results, such as IR, ETC and STI.

Also, is there a possibility to export these calculations at once in one file?

Can someone kindly let me know please?

Thanks
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 11:28 am Reply with quote
Waldemar
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Hi cekcim,

if you show the "EDT, RT (octave)' for instance, you can click on Results to see all RT values.
To see one RT (RT20 for instance) you have to delete all the not wanted RT in the Overlay list but this RT20, so that you see only one curve. Then click on Add-To-Overlay and select additionally files. You can see all RT20 for all files. Results will show all values for all files then.
The S/N and D/R can be seen in the Details window only.
There is no file export for this now.
The results tables can be exported to file or to clipboard.

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SDA, Waldemar Richert
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 7:43 pm Reply with quote
cekcim
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Hi Waldemar,

Thank you for your quick reply! Sorted Very Happy

Regards
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