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Graphical display and reporting

Graphical display and reporting makes it easier than ever to get the data from your analyser onto the screen of your computer.

Analyser data may be shown as single or dual Cartesian plots. Graph displays include a wide range of user options, including zooming and magnification, a number of dynamic cursor types (including harmonic, power and side-band), integration, control of engineering units and vertical scale and non-destructive high-pass filters.  Unlimited notes and annotations may be added to each record.

Multiple plots include waterfall, overlay and Bode and Nyquist plots; orbit and polar plots include a 'display with cursors' function which allows easy traversal of orbit/polar plot data, with simultaneous display of Cartesian plots.

User annotations include unlimited notes and markers on the signature plot. Custom multiple displays, maps and orbits using records from any available source may be compiled using the Windows clipboard or drag-and-drop operations.

Orbit and polar plots can display a zoom within a zoom, allowing for closing in on a single cycle of the machine, whilst maintaining the user's selected zoom length for the Cartesian plots.

Graph plots may be printed or copied to the clipboard as bitmaps, or embedded into Microsfot Word documents.

As well as the graph display on the main window, any number of separate graphical display windows may be launched from the main window; these windows include all the data manipulation commands available on the main window, and allow you to easily compare different records, or even modify the same record in different ways for experimental purposes.

SKF analysis and reporting module

SKF analysis and reporting module outputs

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