paste curve names from coordinates

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  • #12617
    Dermot CraddenDermot Cradden
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    I have not found an easy way of copying the names of the coordinates into a table or the clipboard.
    The values are easy but i also need to transfer the names of the curves for these values.
    So far all i can do is copy the names one by one which is tedious with up to 30 curves in each diagram.
    Is there a function for copying these curve names to the clipboard?

    #8280
    Dermot CraddenDermot Cradden
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    I have not found an easy way of copying the names of the coordinates into a table or the clipboard.
    The values are easy but i also need to transfer the names of the curves for these values.
    So far all i can do is copy the names one by one which is tedious with up to 30 curves in each diagram.
    Is there a function for copying these curve names to the clipboard?

    #8992
    Bernhard KantzBernhard Kantz
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    Currently there is no command to copy the names of the corresponding curve names directly, but you can use a formula to get the names of the curves where the cursor is on.

    To see how this works please do the following: Copy the range between the cursors into the clipboard while checking the ‘use variables’ check box. Paste the result into the active folder and you will get a formula that basically looks like this:

    
    Signal['2D-Diagramm.2D'.Cursor(fpCursorMinX, 1).PositionIndex, '2D-Diagramm.2D'.Cursor(fpCursorMaxX, 1).PositionIndex]
    

    This formula extracts the range of Signal which lies between the cursors. The cursor positions are determined by accessing the corresponding properties of the Cursor object of the diagram.

    To get the names of the curves you can proceed in a similar way:

    
    '2D-Diagramm.2D'.Cursor(fpCursorMinX, 1).NameY
    

    This formula returns the name of the Y dataset where the minimum cursor is on.

    Please take a look at the online help for the Cursor and Markers objects and its properties. An overview of the possibilities can be obtained by executing the Object Wizard in the formula editor.

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