This process only creates a reference to the file name The data file itself is

This process only creates a reference to the file

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This process only creates a reference to the file name. The data file itself is not saved during this process. If the analysis with the data measured is to be used on another PC, for example, after transmission by e-mail, the pertinent data file must also be copied and sent. This option can also be selected in the " Save analysis as" dialog. Disable complexity limits for expressions There is a factory-set limit for calculating expressions to prevent all system resources being completely used for the calculation and the computer being no longer usable. This could be the case, for example, if signals with a lot of samples (> 10 mio.) are used for comprehensive calculations. If ibaAnalyzer considers an expression "too complex", the result signal strip remains empty and the diagnostics (mouse click on the ? symbol in the field of the expression in the signal table) shows a smiley with crossed eyes. If you want to avoid this limit, enable the option.
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Manual ibaAnalyzer 90 Issue 6.3 Note Functions such as “resample“, “margin“ and “time“ can also lead to exhaustion of the resources if parameters being too large are indicated. There is also a limit for these functions, however, it cannot be disabled. Use other path for global macros and filters If global macros and/or filters are used in an analysis, it can happen that they do not work anymore, e.g., after opening the analysis in another environment than that of their original configuration. This might be the case, for example, if analyses and data were sent via e-mail for reasons of support or diagnostics and are to be analyzed in another environment on another computer. The receiver stores global macros and filters on another path. By enabling this option and indicating the new path at this point, global macros and filters are automatically found. Autoload data files, timer In this box, you will have to enter an appropriate time value in [s] if ibaAnalyzer is to analyze a data file in online mode. The data file which is currently being written by ibaPDA is then reloaded at this interval, so that new data generated in the meantime will be included in the analysis. Autoload data files, Path In order to enable the automatic detection of open data files, enter in this box the name of the path in which ibaPDA stores the data files. If you click the symbol key during operation, ibaAnalyzer will search for an open data file in this specified path (online mode). All files This option applies to the case that several files are opened at a time in ibaAnalyzer which are written simultaneously by one ibaPDA system, different ibaPDA systems and / or other systems, e. g. ibaLogic. If you do not check this option, only the first data file (on top in the signal tree) will be reloaded automatically.
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