How to export data recorded using EPOS Studio's "Data Recorder".
If you want to …
- ... save the recorded graphs as a screenshot plus data export,
- ... analyze the data using excel,
this can be done by the "Export Recorded Data" feature of EPOS Studio's "Data Recorder" tool.
EPOS Studio's "Data Recorder" can monitor up to 4 objects in a "Continuous Acquisition" mode or using triggers such as parameter values, motion or device states, or digital input or output signals.
In addition to selecting the objects to record you can select the sampling time with a minimum of 0.4 ms and a maximum of 655.3 ms.
A long sampling time allows to record the data over a longer total time but can potentially lead to missing relevant data in between the long sampling intervals.
Once the data is recorded and the visual graph shows all the recorded channels you can right-click anywhere on the graph and select the option "Save Recorded Data".
In "Continuous Acquisition" mode the data can only be exported if the recording is stopped before.
Once the menu item is "Save Recorded Data" is clicked you will get a pop-up dialogue window asking you to name the .csv file as well as select the directory to save the file.
Keep in mind:
Please always try to provide the *.csv data file in case of a support request and not just screenshots. The data files offer much more flexibility for investigation in details.