Product Family / Category. INCA. Product / Topic. INCA-MIP. Type. Manual / Technical Documentation. Title. INCA-MIP V User’s Guide. INCA V – Tutorial. ETAS. Lesson: Measuring. Create a recorder for manual recordings. You are in the Experiment Environment. To create a recorder . This INCA manual consists of the following chapters: • Chapter 1: ”Introduction” ( this chapter). This chapter outlines the possible INCA (INtegrated Calibration.
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For help topics regarding general features please refer to the corresponding documentation accessible using the links below. The SGE Circus documentation makes available general information regarding data loading procedure, input handling, preferences, history and other topics concerning all tools.
The SGE CalcGuide is a tool to implement calculation routines by creating graphical flow chart diagrams – included with all tools. For information regarding the version dependent software changes please refer to the Release notes accessible using the corresponding menu item inside the SGE Circus. Many functions are quickly accessible via keyboard shortcuts.
For a list of available keyboard shortcuts, see the list below.
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In addition, the entries in the menus and context menus as well as the tooltips of the toolbar point to shortcuts. Additionally it is possible to paste files or strings containing file names to the present to load maps or data points. For details please see the following sections. Any number of files can be loaded. Down-sampling and time period freely selectable. Loaded data can be filtered by any logical expression.
Definition of any calculated channels including features like map interpolation and Simulink systems integration. By direct use of filters and calculations, the pre-processing of data can often be eliminated.
Consideration of axes groups, units, increments. Any number of maps can be loaded simultaneously. Display of map, data points, error lines individually detachable. Colors, transparency, lines, points, light source configurable.
Rotate, zoom with automatic down-sampling for flowing display even of large amounts of data. Display via x- or y-axis. Automatic or manual zoom and Pan. Data exchange via clipboard. Axes can be edited comfortably, since monotony is only checked when the view is exited. Map optimization data mean value, above data, below data. Definable boundaries for values and error. Set to reference page value.
Displays the current point or current range if multiple points are selected. The whole session including data can be stored. After re-opening the whole functionality can be used again immediately.
File size depending on loaded data. All dialog have a history and filters to find former inputs quickly. All dialog offer export and import functionality to load and document inputs.
Display information about loaded data, data files, time ranges, calculated channels and infa comments. Information about the origin of template and map ssize and axes.
Configurable export of the actual screen to the clipboard. Ready formatted for email or office software. Axes, fonts, sizes, adjustable.
Adding notes, highlights, etc. The main purpose of the MapArtist is to create, visualize and optimize maps. Therefore any number of maps can be loaded or created simultaneously. Exactly one of the loaded maps will be the active map at a time. Only the innca map is fully functional. All other maps are just displayed in standard manner. Error maps, error lines and iso-contour plots are only available for the active map.
In table view a tooltip will be shown to identify the active map when the mouse rests on the table. See the following section for details. Maps can be duplicated to handle them separately. A counter will be added to the name of the new map. This can also be done using the menu or double clicking the manua, legend entry. Data relating to the map is restored when a map is made inactive and active again later on.
The visibility of the active map and e.
Additionally to using keyboard shortcuts or the menu items most map handling and configuration operations can be performed using the Map Configuration utility F4. The active map is available as reference and working page. Either the working or reference page can be activated F8. The reference page map is displayed using a dotted line. The working page can be edited.
The reference page is write protected. In this case the template is also loaded to the reference page to keep the dimension of reference and working page map identical. The template is the initial map and its axes that is used as start point for the map creation and optimization. Several sources are available to load template maps from. It is also possible to create a new map without using any external source. See the following section for a description of all template generation options.
See below for a description of all template load modes. The file will be asked and you can choose from all map labels in the file. In addition to using the file load dialog, you can load sessions and template data files by using drag and drop or the clipboard. It is also possible to copy files directly to the clipboard as well as strings containing the file names line by line. You can create a new template map without using any external source. The map will be initialized with zero values.
The map size, distribution type, manuxl and units can be defined. If data points were loaded you can choose “automatic” to get the breakpoint number and values determined automatically to match the data. The distribution can be equally spaced or fitted to the data if any data points were loaded. The label name will be used to assign manuwl conversion rule from a database. So make sure to use the exact label name here in case of creating a label to later transfer manuap a system using conversion rules e.
Therefore INCA must be started and an experiment must be opened. The map will be retrieved from the active calibration page. This will be used in case the map is saved as DCM later to use the etaw group axes, units and to define the conversion rule used while editing the map, e.
If you copied a map to clipboard this data can also be used to create a template. The clipboard data can be with or without axes.
When no axes are loaded they are created as integer vectors starting at one. You have the possibility to import maps from other currently opened MapArtists. The maps must be visible in 3D mode.
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A list of all available maps will be shown afterwards to select the ones to import. If you miss maps to import make sure they are shown in 3D mode in the other MapArtists. In standard mode the maps will be imported using the color from the source MapArtist. Using the corresponding option you can automatically assign colors not yet in use for the imported maps. Additionally you have the option to close the source MapArtist windows after import. Make sure to save the work before deciding to do so because the windows will be closed without conformation.
In case of interpolating the active map to other axes these can be retrieved from other loaded maps directly. All existing maps in the MapArtist will be deleted before loading the new template maps.
Any number of template maps can be loaded simultaneously in this mode. The working page of the active map will be replaced by the template map to load. If etxs dimension of the new template map differs from the dimension of the active map, also the reference page will be replaced to assure equal dimensions.
Exactly one template map must be loaded in this mode. All existing maps in the MapArtist are kept while loading the incca template maps.
The working page of the active map will be interpolated to the axes of the template map to manul. The values of the map to load are irrelevant in this case – only the axes data will re regarded. You can choose to transpose the template map to load. In this case the x- and y-axes are swapped also. This option is only valid when loading a template from any source.