Available in SLICEWare 1.08.0475 and greater.
- Select Data tab, select test, and new TSV button
- The specification calls for global data that the user can chose to enter/edit on the GLOBAL SETTINGS tab. These values will populate to all of the channels. The data is persistent and is based on the user login of the PC
- DTS adopted the ISO standard of "#NOVALUE" when there is no data rather than leave it blank. Although this is test level information, the specification requires it to be listed for channel. The CHANNEL tab lists the test level information as well as the channel specific information. Both tables allow the user to edit the information in place.
- Pressing the export button will start the export. The results are written to the TESTID folder under the subfolder for RAW, CONVERTED, or PROCESSED, one .TSV file per channel.
Note: Certain requirements in the spec cannot be directly provided (for example sensor mount type). Users will need to edit them in the UI. In addition, there are requirements in the file naming convention and this requires the user to name their test to the specification; the export cannot enforce the naming convention. It is the interpretation of DTS that the filename spec is not a hard requirement.