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The temperature data in a Temprecord data window can be displayed in one of four view modes.  These are summary view, statistics view, values view, and graph view.  The graph view displays the temperatures as a graph of temperature (in degrees C or degrees F, depending on the setting of the Units option) against time .  You need to read the logged temperature data to see the graph view of the logger.  Using the File/Query Logger function only reads the summary data.

 

When you read the data from a logger, the view mode of the data window is switched to graph view.

 

In graph view mode, the upper limit is shown as a dotted red line,  and the lower limit as a dotted blue line, though you can change the colors used if desired.  See the topic how the limits are used when Temprecord displays data for more information.

 

A vertical solid red line indicates the position of the sample cursor.  You can move the sample cursor with the left and right arrow keys, or by clicking on the graph.  See the sample cursor topic for more information.

 

You can select the graph view mode by opening the View menu and clicking on 'Graph'.

 

If Humidity was logged instead, the trace shown will be for the humidity samples  If both Humidity and Temperature were logged, you can show the trace for either or both.  You can select between them by using the View/Temperature, View/Humidity, and View/Temperature and Humidity menu options.

 

If the Show Refrigeration Index Graph View is set

 

You can also change the view mode from the pop-up menu that displays when you press the right-hand mouse button.

 

 

Temprecord provides a powerful set of zooming functions for displaying and printing your temperature data as a graph.  See the topic Zoom Functions for more information

 

 

Temprecord displays key points on the graph with flags:

 

start sample (set by F7)

end sample (set by F8)

minimum temperature (F4)

maximum temperature (F5)

user marker position

start of rate of cooling zone 1

start of rate of cooling zone 2

start of rate of cooling zone 3

start of rate of cooling zone 4

start of rate of cooling zone 5

end of  rate of cooling zones

See also:

Changing the view mode

Summary view

Statistics view

Values view

Zoom Functions

Using the Zoom Presets

Rate of Cooling

 


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