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How to export modified data?

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Hello,

is it possible to export modified data to Excel?

The Problem:
I made a crash simulation with an accelerometer. After the Calculation with RADIOSS i imported the T01-file in HyperGraph 2D. 
X-Axis is set as the time axis, the Y-Axis is seth as the ACC-Resultant Accerleration. Furthermore i applied the 20dB function for the values of the accelerometer.

But i can't manage to export this modified data - when i open the CSV-File in Excel, i only get the raw data; not even the time-data for the x-Axis.
Please have a look at the screenshots:

What i want:
http://www.pic-upload.de/view-24776301/what-i-want.jpg.html

What i get:
http://www.pic-upload.de/view-24776300/what-i-get.jpg.html

Can you please help me?

Thanks in advance!
 

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Hi Sekar,


 


how are you modifying the curve?


 


is it through coordinate info panel or through Define curves panel?


 


If you are trying through coordinate info panel, you cannot save to the modified data. This is function in coordinate info panel is only for users to interpret the results.


 


You may have to use Math from Define curves panel to save the data,


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Sekar,


 


Do you mean you want to average two curves?


 


it can be done in HyperGraph.


 


Select two curves in plot browser>> Right click>> Multiple Curve Math>> click Average to get a plot of average of two curves.


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No not two curves: i have the blue one and want to build another one (red in the posted picture). The red line should have the continuous value of the average value of the blue plot.

Are there any tutorials for HyperView? I don't know how to use/programm the Math-Panel. The HyperWorks help menue can't help me at all in this point.

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