Get start time of a signal

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  • #12435

    I am trying to write a macro that changes the scaling of the x-axis of a worksheet or 2-d diagram to display the first 30 seconds of a time signal. The problem is I cannot get the value of the start time:

    Sub Macro()

    ‘ Macro recorded on 2004-11-18 9:21:43 PM by (unknown)

    Dim StartTime as Long
    StartTime = ??????????? ‘Help
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.CursorActive = False
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.Grid.Interior.Select
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.XAxes(1).Scaling.AutoScaleStartValue = False
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.XAxes(1).Scaling.AutoScaleEndValue = False
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.XAxes(1).Scaling.StartValue = StartTime
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.XAxes(1).Scaling.EndValue = StartTime + 30
    End Sub

    Also, is there some reference for the object model for flexpro VBA? I’m using the object browser, but this provides very limited information.

    Thanks,

    Paul

    #8116

    I am trying to write a macro that changes the scaling of the x-axis of a worksheet or 2-d diagram to display the first 30 seconds of a time signal. The problem is I cannot get the value of the start time:

    Sub Macro()

    ‘ Macro recorded on 2004-11-18 9:21:43 PM by (unknown)

    Dim StartTime as Long
    StartTime = ??????????? ‘Help
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.CursorActive = False
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.Grid.Interior.Select
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.XAxes(1).Scaling.AutoScaleStartValue = False
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.XAxes(1).Scaling.AutoScaleEndValue = False
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.XAxes(1).Scaling.StartValue = StartTime
    ActiveDatabase.ActiveObject.XAxes(1).Scaling.EndValue = StartTime + 30
    End Sub

    Also, is there some reference for the object model for flexpro VBA? I’m using the object browser, but this provides very limited information.

    Thanks,

    Paul

    #8728
    Serin Thomasserin thomas
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    try this

    dim factor = 30
    signal(data.y,data.x*factor)

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