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Re: How to copy and paste measurements

Postby Martyn » Thu Dec 22, 2016 10:38 am

Admin rights shouldn't be necessary, however the folder writing permissions would need to be correct.

If this is still causing an issue please email support@picotech.com and one of the team will be able to look at this in more detail.
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Re: How to copy and paste measurements

Postby stevehickey » Fri Sep 15, 2017 2:46 am

Hi (My first post),
Win 10, 64 bit,
Picoscope.com /a Measurements.CSV? >> measurements.csv

file columns are different every time - see three versions below
Also difficult to parse and convert mV, uV etc

0ms: Measurements.CSV?
A DC Average -141.6 mV -142.3 mV -141.4 mV -141.9 mV 279.9 æV 20 WholeTrace

0ms: Measurements.CSV?
A DC Average -161.9 mV -162.8 mV -161.3 mV -162.3
mV 351.3 æV 20 WholeTrace

0ms: Measurements.CSV?
A DC Average -144 mV -144.2 mV -142.2
mV -142.9
mV 685.2
æV 20 WholeTrace

As for the command line options, there is a list, but nowhere documented the necessary syntax.
Keen for help,
thanks in anticip,
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