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Help Importing File Data to Excel
12-27-2017, 04:54 PM
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Help Importing File Data to Excel
We have just begun using our new FLIR E4 camera. Much of the data captured with the camera is needed to setup a database in MS Excel. I am looking for any (and all) data collection techniques and easy ways to download file data into Excel. This is something that we will be doing daily for years to come. Any experience or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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08-21-2018, 03:16 PM (This post was last modified: 08-21-2018 03:20 PM by RickyMasterson.)
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RE: Help Importing File Data to Excel
[font=Open Sans, sans-serif]"[/font][font=Verdana, Arial, sans-serif][highlight=#efefef]We have just begun using our new FLIR E4 camera. Much of the data captured with the camera is needed to setup a database in MS Excel. I am looking for any (and all) data collection techniques and easy ways to download file data into Excel. This is something that we will be doing daily for years to come. Any experience or advice would be greatly appreciated."[/highlight][/font][font=Open Sans, sans-serif]
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[font=Open Sans, sans-serif]Data can be exported from Researcher in a variety of ways:[/font][font=Open Sans, sans-serif]
  1. If you select "Edit --> Copy value" you can copy temperature or image data to another program as text.
  2. If you have an area box on the screen you can select "Image --> Save area as" to save the contents as a CSV (comma separated values) file.
  3. If you create a time vs. temperature plot you can save the plot file and then open it from Excel. The temperature and time information will appear in separate columns.
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