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Creating table visual in SEEQ (R50.4.5)


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Hi, 

Running SEEQ R50.4.5. Is the following possible? 

I want to be able to create a table displaying Event Frames from PI, the start/end time of each of these Event Frames and then the values from certain signals (Batch ID's) that occur for each of those Event Frame capsule. 

I have tried to create this using the Scorecard feature but not exactly appearing how I'd like. I would like to see the value for each Event Frame instead of the start/time (Or in addition to this at least). 

Conor

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Hi Connor -

To display the value of a signal during each capsule (event frame), you will want to create a Condition based scorecard (as you've done).  However, the item to measure should be the signal.  With the signal selected, you won't need to select a statistic (since you just want the value) and specify the condition (event frames) that you like to display the value for.

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Please let me know if you have any additional questions.

Thanks,

Lindsey

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Hey Lindsey, 

 

Thank you for your reply. When I am specifying the condition (event frames) that I would like to display the value for, can I also display the value of the Event Frame itself in place of the start / end time of that event frame (Column headers in your screenshot above)?

Conor

 

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Hi Connor-

Yes, you can do this using Capsule Properties.  Capsule properties can be displayed as the header of Scorecard columns (in place of the start / end time).  More information on this can be found here: 

 

Please let me know if you have any additional questions.

Thanks,

Lindsey

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