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How to view a WUD Datalog with WinLogVIew 3 years 5 months ago #11

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When you create a Log with WinLog, data is stored in a .txt file, which is a plain text file in a comma delimited (.csv) format. This makes it easy to use WinLogView with any dataset, including a csv file created using DynamicEFI's What's Up Display (WUD).

To convert a WUD csv file to be usable by WinLogView...
  • In WUD:
    • Go to the Analysis Screen and check the 'Single Header' and 'Create .csv' boxes.
    • Select 'Dump Log', and in the dropdown screen find and select the .dat log you want to use to create a .csv file.

  • In Windows:
    • Find the newly created .csv file and change the extension to .txt.
    • Open the new .txt file in Excel or LibreOffice Calc
    • There are two columns with the 'Cl' heading. Find the one with numbers and rename to, say, 'CL1' to make both columns unique. (The one with 'Y' or 'N' below is the Closed Loop column)
    • Highlight the columns with 'Y' or 'N' and replace with '1' or '0', respectively so that they can be plotted in WinLogView
    • Save it as a text file.

The new text file is ready to be used by WinLogView..

If you are creating both WUD and WinLog data logs, you can combine them by copying one onto the other in a spreadsheet once the adjustments above are made. To align them, since they were not necessarily started at the same time, pick a column that is recorded in both logs and shift the cells in either log up or down until the columns match.

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