In addition to the viewer and editor, there is a set of additional tabular presentation UIs in impulse. These complementary views allow to output the signal content using different forms. Custom complementary views can be implemented using open Interfaces (e.g. for statistics or filters).
Sample Tables allow tabular displays of signal data and are variously synchronizable with a main view (signals, cursor and data etc.).
The sample instpector provides a deeper insight into every sample.
The open interfaces of impulse allow user to implement their own complementary views.
You can choose to show two different tabular views within impulse (core features):
You can display them if you open Window in the upper left toolbar, then choose Show View->Other; within the window that opens, you select impulse. There you find the complementary views.
The Sample Tables shows the different events within your signals as a table. This table displays the index and domain position (e.g., time) on the left-hand side and the value (plus optional value specific columns) of it on the right-hand side. When you choose to display multiple signals, the table additionally shows their names.
You control the Value Table with the toolbar in the upper right-hand corner of it. There you find:
On the configuration page you can configure all columns and choose between multiple preference sets.
The Sample Inspection window lets you inspect the details of a sample. If you've opened the sample editor, the window has additional controls that let's you edit the actual samples.
The toolbar options
are the same as in the Sample Table.
In the head line (below the main toolbar) you find the the index of the sample displayed. On the right-hand side you see some button to iterate forward and back.
Below table shows the content of the selected sample:
At the bottom there are additional fields:
On the configuration page you can configure all fields and choose between multiple preference sets.
The "Show View Configuration" button opens the configuration page of the Complementary views.
In the top line you can choose between several configurations. Additionally you can add, remove and manage existing configurations.
Below you find tabs to change certain aspects of the visualization.
The table controls of the complementary views allow you to filter example data:
Plot Area Inspector
Double-clicking on the sample area of the Viewer opens a non-modal dialog version of the Sample Inspector with the selected plot as input.
The functionality is the same and shares the same configuration options.
Sample Table Inspector
The same non-modal dialog version of the Sample Inspector is available when you double-click a sample row in the Sample Table.