Analysis and Presentation of Results
your data to compose
'fingerprint' of your sample.
Almost any feature of a powder
can be recognised and recorded: peaks, intermediate threshold peaks,
gradients, elapsed time and distance events, smooth and jagged line
comparisons, and many other features. Analytical macros can therefore
be written to suit a particular test event, or a special
characteristic of the samples.
Generally for a particular powder
the Down Force work done (Compaction Coefficient), Up Force work done
(Aeration Cohesion) and Distance Ratios provide excellent, repeatable
measurements that allow presentation of the main powder
Test Settings and analysis Macro
routines can be optimised to suit your particular applications and if
routinely required they can then be saved as user-specific Projects.
Alternatively it is very easy for
the user to write their own method for the particular analysis required.
tests are done - now let's make sense of it all...
graph is produced from testing
The Graph window
displays the real-time data acquired during the test which can be
annotated to highlight the areas of interest.
Graph windows are tabbed for easy
access to all relevant archive file information.
Graph files can include photos of
the sample that was tested.
Graphs can also be exported as
.bmp or .jpg
Long file names provide the
ability to insert more detailed information which is useful when
locating the test file for future viewing.
macro is applied to analyse the
portions of the graph.
A Macro simplifies repetitive
analysis and display.
A set of instructions are listed
and executed which automatically collect data from the graph. Tests
can be automated with either intricate or simple macros, which is
ideally suited to a production environment.
Tabbed windows for groups of
commands provide simplified listings.
The analysed data is displayed
in a results file and if necessary further calculations are made by
the addition of more columns to produce other parameters.
The Results window
tabulates results in customised spreadsheet format. Data can be
manipulated using either your own or stored formulae e.g. Standard
Deviation, Average. Multiple worksheets are available to separate
parameters from results.
A chart gives a visual
representation of the data from the Results window.
Select from 27 chart types
(2D and 3D) and define rotation, position, 3D lighting properties,
legend styles, base and wall styles, and axes types (stacked, normal
from the results file can be displayed in a multitude
chart forms for easier comparison and interpretation.
A Report is a user formatted
presentation of the complete analysis incorporating Graph, Results,
Chart windows, plus other data and graphics.
A WYSIWYG word processor type
interface is incorporated with adjustable fonts and styles, Spell
checker and Thesaurus. Objects (graphs, pictures, logos, etc.) can be
inserted as a character or floating with selectable word wrap
options. Test parameters are inserted as fields.
Reports have been improved to
automatically display the important parameters calculated in a
spreadsheet and present them in chart form.
Spreadsheets, text or images
can be exported to other Windows applications for further specific
manipulation/presentation if required.
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