This page describes the changes made to UniPlot 3.3.0 since version 3.2.2.
A formula interpreter has been added to UniPlot. The interpreter can be used to add new calculated channels to a given NC file.
To find out more about this feature see Formula Interpreter.
UniScript is now available as a stand-alone program (see UniScript as a Stand-Alone Program).
A number of new UniScript functions have been added, e.g to program the data browser or to parse XML files.
Report: UniPlot now offers a function to create Excel report templates, see Report Templates.
New function: “Create Style”. To copy a style, right click on a x/y dataset to open the shortcut menu and select Create Style.
New function: “Datasource Information”. To open the dialog box right click on the dataset to open the shortcut menu and select Datasource Information.
New function “Channel Interpolation”. This function creates a new NC file from a file with different time channel groups, such as VS100/INCA files. Example: The file contains two time groups acquired with 10 Hz and 100 Hz. The function can now interpolate all channels to the 100 Hz time channel. A time channel with a different time, e.g. 50 Hz can be created. See Browser=>Interpolation.
To apply the function, open the Data Browser (File=>Import Data) and right click in the data grid to open the shortcut menu. You will find the function in the More Functions pop-up menu.
UTX-Filter: Date and Time channels can contain milliseconds. Example: 12:30:12.123. The milliseconds can be separated by a comma (,) or a period (.).
COM Interface: To program automation objects, one named parameter can be passed to the calling function. Example:
The parameter name is the first parameter followed by :=. The second parameter is the value.
The following bugs have been fixed: