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User Defined Comments for DataMining Analysis

Last updated: 2019-07-15
How to create user defined comments for every hit during the DataMining run in CANape?
If you are using functions during a DataMining analysis you have the possibility to create your own comments for every DataMining hit in the result window of the analysis. This can be used to output additional information along with the hit itself. The result list can then be exported easily.
To do so you can use the function DataMiningCreateHit. The result list could look like the following:

The following example shows a function to detect whenever the value of a specific signal exceeds the value 5 and then creates a DataMining Hit with a user specific comment.

At the end of the analysis you easily can export the result list in a csv file to view it in Excel, for instance.


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