I have read many kinetic cycles but I only want to use a sub-set of them in the analysis.Document ID: DQ035
Relevant to following products: Manta WorkOut 2.0
Document description: How To: Specify a range of kinetic points to use in the analysis…
All raw kinetic measurements are
displayed in the report. However, with any of the kinetic analysis methods you
can select to process only cycles within a specific range (e.g. the first 25
cycles, or cycles 25-50, or the last 100 cycles, etc.).
The software has many kinetic operations
which you can use and are very simple to set-up. To try this out: when you
have your kinetic results file open, use the Edit Transforms button
and press Create to add kinetic analysis, then select which transform
For example, if you want to find the
average of the first 25 kinetic cycles, select Edit Transforms, press Create
and select Kinetic Average. Using the Kinetic Data tab you
can specify the range by selecting Points within specified range only and
specifying the Min X and Max X. Press Recalculate to
process the new results.
After Recalculation you can closely
inspect the results under the Analysis tab. Also you can drag the vertical
dashed bars to adjust the range of points to calculate – the points in
between the 2 vertical dashed bars will be processed.
Other kinetic analyses include, slope
calculation, integration, differentiation, kinetic fit, crossing point, and
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DQ036: I have read many kinetic cycles but I only want to display a sub-set of them in the graph.
How To: Display only a subset of the kinetic points on the graph.