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Hello,

I'm a new DIADEM user. I have a TDMS file and I need to display on the x-axis the timestamp and y-axis measurements. Is it possible ? I can only display the curve without the timestamp (see this picture in attached). Otherwise I cannot send you the TDMS file because it is too large. Thank for your helps.

 

Regards 

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Hi GSXR100038,

 

You can select first the X channel (time) keep the CTRL key pressed, select the Y channel and drag & drop all selected channel to the axis system.

 

Alternatively, you can double click on the axis system and drag and drop the channels there.

 

Maybe you find some helpful hints here on YouTube.

 

Greetings

Walter

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Hello Walter,  

I do that 'select first the X channel (time) keep the CTRL key pressed, select the Y channel' but I see nothing but the Y axis is labeled 'Velocity Feedback' and X is labeled 'Horodatage'. See in this picture please  

 

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Hi GSXR100038,

 

The X and Y label show that the channels are configured in the axis system. I assume that it depends on the data and what you see in the axis system is correct. If you provide the data I can check this.

 

Greetings

Walter

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Hi,

I can't send you the TDMS file because it is too large, and sorry but I don't how to cut the interesting part with DIADEM. 

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You can select the relevant channels and save them with drag & drop.

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I try to save somthing with this attached. Can you see something ?  The '.TDV' file I don't know what type of file is.  

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Hi GSXR100038,

 

You have stored the VIEW layout. To save the data you must go back to the NAVIGATOR, select the relevant channels in the Dataportal and save them with D&D to a folder.

 

Greetings

Walter

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Hi,

 

D&D you say DIAdem DAT Files probably ? Now It's may lost data

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Please select TDM or TDMS as file format.

 

Walter_Rick_0-1634628959956.png

 

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