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WinPlot Major Features

Roger Moody
Computer Sciences Corporation
Marshall Space Flight Center
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What is it?
WinPlot was originally written to
support Space Shuttle Main Engine
post-test data analysis
WinPlot and the read/write access
libraries were developed solely by
Roger Moody, CSC, for NASA/MSFC
Today WinPlot :
Is used by numerous government
and private industry analysts
Is used to support many different
programs
Is used for real-time data analysis
as well as post test evaluation
Is used to plot analytical model
results in addition to propulsion
data analysis
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WinPlot has standard Windows
format
WinPlot is controlled by pull-
down menus or icons on the tool
bar
Certain functions can also be
controlled by keypad strokes or
right mouse click
A full Windows help file is
available for all items; icons
have pop-up descriptions
WinPlot uses highly compressed
files, decompresses them as
required, enabling quick access
of large files
WinPlot data files are easily
created by using supplied
libraries and documentation
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What does it look like?
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How do you get started?
A file(s) can be opened with the File pull-
down menu or by using a button on the
toolbar
Existing files such as CSV files can be
easily imported
Multiple files can be opened as a group
so that parameters in one file may be
plotted against those in another
Parameters are selected
with the Parameter pull-
down menu or by using a
button on the toolbar
The entire measurement
list is displayed for
plotting
This list includes a name,
an alternate name, a
description, and the units
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How do you select y-axis parameters for plotting?
Multiple y-axis parameters may be
entered
Control-click selects multiple parameters
singly
Shift-click selects multiple parameters
sequentially in the list
The total number of parameters that can
be selected is unlimited
Parameters from one, multiple or all files
may be selected
The list can be sorted by clicking on the
column heading, duplicate items can be
removed
A filter can be applied to any of the
parameters fields
The sort & filter can be retained or the
original list can be restored
The parameter list can be saved as a
CSV file or the list can be printed
To select a y-axis parameter
for plotting you may search the
list from an individual file or
from all opened files
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How do I select the appropriate time slice?
The default parameter for the x-axis is time
The time slice can be set with the TimeSlice pull-down
menu or by using a button on the toolbar
The start time and stop time for the plot may be:
A numerical value
Relative to an event in the file (Start, Shutdown, End of File)
A combination of an event and a numerical value
(START + 5)
The start and stop time may also be relative to a
reference time
NONE for start / stop time relative to the data
acquisition/recording system
Start, Shutdown, PSN1, etc. for start / stop time relative to
specific test events
Time can also be shifted by the
user
Time alignment tool in the
TimeSlice pull-down menu
User input increment and offset
WinPlot 4.20
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Sample1.hot SP0001 RPM Speed Sample1.hot FL0001 GPM Flow
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Can I plot calculated parameters?
Y-axis parameters may be calculations
Include the parameter name within brackets
Standard Algebraic equations can be used
Parentheses are used for grouping
To plot average temperature, type
([TM0001]+[TM0002])/2
A calculated parameter can be given a
user-defined name
Name (in double quotes) follows calculation
Single quotes are used for complex names
(including punctuation)
([TM0001]+[TM0002])/2 Temperature
Average
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What are the available mathematical expressions?
The available mathematical expressions within WinPlot are:
a+b - Add value b to value a
a-b - Subtract value b from value a
a*b - Multiply value a times value b
a/b - Divide value a by value b
a^b - Raise value a to power b
a%b - Return remainder of value a divided by value b
a>|b - Return greater of a or b (max)
a<|b - Return lesser of a or b (min)
a>>b - Treat value a as 32 bit integer and bit shift value to right b times
a<<b - Treat value a as 32 bit integer and bit shift value to left b times
a|b - Treat values as 32 bit integers and perform bitwise OR
a&b - Treat values as 32 bit integers and perform bitwise AND
a>b, a>=b, a==b, a<b, a<=b, a&&b(and), a||b(or)
- Boolean expressions returning a 1 or 0 value.
a=b - if value a is true, non-zero, return value b
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How can I reduce my data rate?
There are two ways to reduce data rate:
The display data rate can be changed with the Style
pull-down menu
This function is used only to increase plotting
speed, it does not affect the download of data
Every point, averaged, or sampled data may be
selected
The number of points per trace to be displayed is
specified
Exports and tabulations will still be at full sample
rate
The downloaded data rate can be changed with the
average function
This function changes the amount of data
downloaded
The format of the average function is
avg(parameter [rate slice timestamp])
The average function creates average, running
average, or sampled data
Displays, exports, and tabulations will be at the
reduced rate
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How does the average function work?
Average all data to produce one sample per second data
The parameter format is avg(PR0001 1)
Data from 1.000 to 1.999 is averaged and stamped at 1.000
Data from 2.000 to 2.999 is averaged and stamped at 2.000
Average some data to produce one sample per second data
The parameter format is avg(PR0001 1 .001)
Data from 1.000 to 1.001 is averaged and stamped at 1.000
Data from 2.000 to 2.001 is averaged and stamped at 2.000
Average data to produce a 1 second running average every .04 secs
The parameter format is - avg(PR0001 .04 1)
Data from 1.000 to 1.999 is averaged and stamped at 1.000
Data from 1.040 to 2.039 is averaged and stamped at 1.040
A time stamp may be used
Beginning of slice marked with b - avg(PR0001 1 b)
End of slice marked with e - avg(PR0001 e)
Average of slice marked with a - avg(PR0001 1 .04 a)
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What are the available mathematical functions?
abs() - Return absolute value
acos() - Calculate arccosine
asin() - Calculate arcsine
atan() - Calculate arctangent
ceil() - Find integer ceiling
cos() - Calculate cosine
cosh() - Calculate hyperbolic cosine
delta() - Calculate the delta between the previous & current point
exp() - Calculate exponential function
floor() - Find largest integer less than or equal to argument
log() - Calculate natural logarithm
log10() - Calculate base-10 logarithm
rand() - Get pseudo-random number
sin() - Calculate sine
sinh() - Calculate hyperbolic sine
sqrt() - Find square root
tan() - Calculate tangent
tanh() - Calculate hyperbolic tangent
spline(parm [#fill points]) - Calculate spline fit (defaults to a 5 point fill)
fit(parm) - Calculate least squares curve fit
Many other functions are available within WinPlot
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What other parameter options are available?
Different parameters may be selected for each
test/file
Format is filename:parameter name,
filename:parameter name
Example: Sample1.hot:TM0001, Sample2.hot:TM0002
X-axis may be expressed as a variety of
parameters
Time in seconds is the default
Time may be expressed as GMT
Parameter may be a calculation
Appropriate x-axis name can be defined
X-axis auto label can be turned off
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How do I change what my plot looks like?
The plot appearance is controlled by the Style
pull-down menu or by the buttons on the toolbar
The plot type can be:
2D - Line or Scatter
3D - Ribbon or Area
Tabular (good for real time)
The line color and thickness can be changed
The symbol density and size can be changed
The grid color and style can be changed
A bold frame can be added to the plot
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How do I change the text used in my plot?
[parameter] parameter names
[title] title as defined in file header of first file loaded
[comment] comment as defined in file header of first file loaded
[serialnum] serial number as defined in file header of first file
loaded
[teststand] test stand as defined in file header of first file loaded
[testposition] test position as defined in file header of first file
loaded
[testtype] test type as defined in file header of first file loaded
[testnumber] test number as defined in file header of first file
loaded
[pidname] first parameter's name
[pidunits] first parameter's units
[piddescription] first parameter's description
[date] current data from local system
[time] current time from local system
[testid] DBDir name or file name
[testid] test ID from the database directory file or filename for
individual files
[timestart] start time of the first parameter
[timestop] stop time of the first parameter
[timeref] time reference of the first parameter
[timeslice] entire time slice of the first parameter
The text in the plot may be
changed with the style menu
Choose text font
Choose text color
Scale text to plot
Several variables are available
for the header or footer
Test Information
Time
WinPlot version
Script name
Several options are available
for the plot title and subtitle
User defined title/subtitle
\n = adds a return in the title,
\t = puts title at the bottom
Select from multiple WinPlot
defined variables
Available variable names
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How can I change the axis labels and the legend?
The axis labels can be changed with
the style menu
Select which parameter information to
show
Set order of the information shown
Set length of each item
Create a user defined name
Change to exponential scales
The legend can also be changed in
the style menu
Show or hide the legend
Change the number of columns in
legend
Add an grid offset to offset the plot on
the page
Add a fixed parameter space to set a
minimum number of legend rows
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How can I control my scaling of my axes?
The axes can be changed with the Axis pull-
down menu or by using a button on the toolbar
The x- and y-axis scale can be fixed or WinPlot
will automatically set the range


For plots with multiple
parameters, multiple y-axis
scales can be defined
Up to 6 different scales is
practical
Scales can be set per
measurement
Minimum, maximum and
increment for each curve can be
defined
A zoom function is available in
the axis menu or with the left
mouse button
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sample1 PR0001 PSIAPressure
sample1 TM0001 DEGR Temperature 1
sample1 VP0001 PCNT Valve Position
sample1 SP0001 RPM Speed
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How can I display other information on my plot?
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PR0001 sample1.hot PSIA Pressure Redline Parameter
PR0002 sample1.hot PSIA Pressure Stale Redline Parameter
Throttle to Full
Bucket Start
Bucket
Start Position
NORMALCONTROL
Circle
Text
Line
Box
Edit
Marker
Color
Redlines
Event
Control Keys
\v - visible
\t - top
\b - bottom
\l - left
\r - right
Markers can be used to enhance understanding of plotted data
Markers can be text values, a line, a shape, or can depict a limit
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How do I plot a multi-test overlay or a series of tests end-to-end?
Parameters may be plotted for multiple
tests
Must load all data files and open as a
group or open a database
Can plot the data end-to-end or as a multi-
test overlay
Time slice can be global or per database
Time slices set per database allow curves
to be shifted to align specific events
Useful for lining up power level changes in
two tests if they happen at different times
To set a time slice per database:
Choose per database from the TimeSlice
pull-down menu
Input time slice for file1 (5 to 200 sec)
Input time slice for file2 (5 sec to Cutoff)

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Once a file(s) is open, information can be viewed & printed

Once a plot is generated, parameter information can be viewed & printed
The plot order for each parameter in the plot can be selected
Individual curves on the plot may be removed; useful for removing an
erroneous parameter for a series of tests
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How can I find out details about my file or parameter?
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How do I quickly screen a large number of files?
A filter is used to search files for specific data
Filters can search multiple tests to quickly
create a database
Filter criteria are set by parameter selection, by
the filter helper on the Parameter pull-down
menu, or by using a button on the toolbar
Criteria for multiple parameters may be included
WinPlot searches all loaded data files and returns
that portion of the data that meets the criteria
The data can be filtered to plot acceleration for
tests where flow > 16,000 gpm & speed > 34k rpm
Format of the parameter is (([avg(FL1)] >= 16000)
&&([avg(SP1)] >=34000)) = [avg([AC1])]
The left mouse button can be used to find the max,
min and average acceleration for the database
Vibration levels for high speed, high flow test conditions
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Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4, Test
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(([avg(FL1)] >= 16000) &&([avg(SP1)] >=34000)) = [avg([AC1]
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How can I quickly query to find specific test data?
WinPlot has a query tool to quickly
find specific data
Can find any or all instances of the
specified criteria
Can set criteria for a specific
parameter or a calculation
Can select the time period to search
and the data source for the search
For example, the user can search
for any instance when the
difference between two parameters
is greater than a specified value
Query results show all tests that
met the criteria
Can connect to WinPlot and load
results (load all tests that met the
condition) or plot the condition
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What functions are available with the Right Mouse Button?

Context
sensitive
right
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Control
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slice
Shift
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delta
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How do I export my plots to PowerPoint for presentations?
WinPlot can easily export series of plots to PowerPoint
presentation by generating Enhanced Meta Files
The current plot is copied to an EMF file with the Edit
pull-down menu or by using a button on the toolbar
File path for exporting EMF plots is in the Option pull-
down menu
Plots may then be individually inserted to PowerPoint or
a macro is available to insert multiple plots
Function is useful for creating data reviews for tests

R2-2 LOX ramp test
L O X v o l u t e a n d d i s c h a r g e p r e s s u r e
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Test R2-2 E1P1001 PSIA LOX BLD ELBOW PR Test R2-1 E1P1001 PSIA LOX BLD ELBOW PR
Test R2-2 E1P1002 PSIA LOX ORFICE DIS P Test R2-1 E1P1002 PSIA LOX ORFICE DIS P
Test R2-2 E1P1003 PSIA LOX VOLUTE 50 PR Test R2-1 E1P1003 PSIA LOX VOLUTE 50 PR
Test R2-2 E3P1004 PSIA LOX Volute Press 290o #1 Test R2-1 E3P1004 PSIA LOX Volute Press 290o #1
Test R2-2 E3P1005 PSIA LOX Volute Press 290o #2 Test R2-1 E3P1005 PSIA LOX Volute Press 290o #2
Test R2-2 E1P1006 PSIA LOX VOLUTE 170 P Test R2-1 E1P1006 PSIA LOX VOLUTE 170 P
R2-2 LOX ramp test
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Test R2-2 E1P1001 PSIA LOX BLD ELBOW PR Test R2-1 E1P1001 PSIA LOX BLD ELBOW PR
Test R2-2 E3P1004 PSIA LOX Volute Press 290o #1 Test R2-1 E3P1004 PSIA LOX Volute Press 290o #1
Test R2-2 E1P1011 PSIA LX IMPELLR BKF P Test R2-1 E1P1011 PSIA LX IMPELLR BKF P
Test R2-2 E1P1012 PSIA LOX BRG INLET P Test R2-1 E1P1012 PSIA LOX BRG INLET P
Test R2-2 E1P1022 PSIA LOX BRG DISCHG P Test R2-1 E1P1022 PSIA LOX BRG DISCHG P
Test R2-2 E1P1015 PSIA LX COOL RT CAV P Test R2-1 E1P1015 PSIA LX COOL RT CAV P
R2-3 Calibration test
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Test R2-3 [E3P1028]-[E1P1031] Test R2-1 [E3P1028]-[E1P1031]
Test R2-3 [E3P1028]-[E1P1032] Test R2-1 [E3P1028]-[E1P1032]
R2-3 Calibration test
H e l i u m
c a v i t y a n d d r a i n p r e s s u r e s
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Test R2-3 E3P1028 PSIA IPS He Cavity Press 1 Test R2-1 E3P1028 PSIA IPS He Cavity Press 1
Test R2-3 E3P1029 PSIA IPS He Cavity Press 2 Test R2-1 E3P1029 PSIA IPS He Cavity Press 2
Test R2-3 E1P1031 PSIA IPS LOX SL DRN P Test R2-1 E1P1031 PSIA IPS LOX SL DRN P
Test R2-3 E1P1032 PSIA IPS FUEL SL DRN Test R2-1 E1P1032 PSIA IPS FUEL SL DRN
Test R2 Data
Review
2/2/01
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How do I export to Excel or other applications?
The current plot can be exported with the View
pull-down menu or by using a button on the
toolbar to:
View the tabular data
Export the data to an external file
Export the data to an external application
File paths for export applications is set in the
option pull-down menu
The current plot may be
copied to the clipboard
with the Edit pull-down
menu
Both pasted and saved
plots can be sized in most
Windows programs
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What are scripts?
A script is a way to generate a
set of routine plots
automatically
Once a script is created, it can
be run after each test to create
a standard data package
There are two ways to create a WinPlot script
A script file can be created in a word processor
File contains all the plotting steps the user wants to automate
Script files include the data files to open, time slice, parameters,
axis labels, etc. for each desired plot
Can also include pausing after plotting, printing the plot, etc.
Script recording is turned on in the file menu at the
beginning of a WinPlot session
All desired plots are created, WinPlot stores them in a user
supplied file
Script recording pull-down menu functions include pause,
resume or abort
An existing script is executed either with the File pull-down
menu or with the script button on the toolbar
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What do script files look like?
;WinPlot Script file (WinPlot generated)
clear
clear plots
clear files
new sample1,sample2
time 5,CUTOFF,START
yaxis PR0001
endtoend ON
plot
pause
print
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xaxis PR0001
yaxis ([TM0001]+[TM0002])/2"Temperature Average"
style 2DSCATTER
xnomen + NAME + DESC + REFT + UDEF
xudef (5 to CUTOFF seconds from START)
plot
pause
print
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Accumulated Time Seconds (5 to CUTOFF)
WinPlot v4.0
bdelias
4:59PM July23, 2001
sample1 PR0001 PSIAPressure sample2 PR0001 PSIAPressure
Example of a Script file to create the two plots shown
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Script Time Slice
new sample1
time 5,CUTOFF-1,START
Automate export to Excel
plot avg(PR0001 1 .001)
export C:\TEMP\Sample1.csv
Automate export to Enhanced MetaFile (.EMF)
copymeta C:\TEMP\Sample1.emf
Add files to current open sets
open sample2
Different Time Slice per Database
time 5,CUTOFF-1,START,5,180,START
Display plot with persistent Y scales
plot AC0001,AC0002
fixy 0,5,p
Remove persistent Y scales
plot CU0001
rescale
Overlay with historical tests or redlines
open redline.hot
time 0,10000,NONE,0,750,-200
plot TM0001,TM0002,LH_TM0001
Automatically tile data
tile horizontal
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Display one parameter based on a filter
plot ([PR0001]>=2700)=[PR0001]
Display one parameter based on a Boolean filter
Note: Expressions used in logical expressions in parentheses
plot ([PR0001]>=2700)&&([PR0001]<=3060)=[PR0001]
Display one parameter based on a filter of another parameter
plot ([PR0001]>=2700)&&([PR0001]<=3060)=[TM0001]
Display an average/sample based on a filter
plot avg(([PR0001]>=2700)&&([PR0001]<=3060)=[TM0001] 1)
Display two parameters based on calculated filters
Note: Functions are in brackets, expressions in parentheses
plot [abs([TM0001]-[TM0002])]>=80=[TM0001],
[abs([TM0001]-[TM0002])]>=80=[TM0002]
Display one parameter based on calculated Boolean filters
plot (([TM0001]-[TM0002])>=80)||(([TM0001]-[TM0002])<=0)=[TM0001]
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Display a typical redline
time 0,7,START
plot LH_PR0001,PR0001,LL_PR0001
Display redline for variable time which does not contain events
time 0,SHUTDOWN,START,0,SHUTDOWN,START
plot LH_PR0001,PR0001,LL_PR0001
Display a stepped redline
time 0,7,START
plot LH_TM0001,TM0001
Display a redline for a start box or window
time 1.8,2.8,START
plot LH_PR0001,PR0001,LL_PR0001,PR0002
Display a redline for a start box or window using Markers
plot PR0001,PR0002
marker 1,LINE,2.000000,1000.000000,2.500000,1000.000000,1,Redline
marker 2,LINE,2.000000,500.000000,2.500000,500.000000,3,Blueline
Display change only data
time -10000,10000,START
plot [abs(delta(EV0001))]>0=[EV0001]
xtitle Change Only Plot
style 2dscatter
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