HBM is releasing nCode GlyphXE 2.0, an upgraded version of its powerful software that is especially suited for analysis and evaluation of large amounts of data. The new version features a completely new software module that automatically corrects irregularities in the measurement data, and there are numerous improvements for easier and faster data visualisation.
This latest version of nCode GlyphXE is said to be very simple to operate thanks to its intuitive graphical user interface. A new option for viewing data directly from a browser makes working with many data files more convenient than before. This function is beneficial when only a quick look at the measurement data is required - for example, to select the desired data set.
Graphical comparisons of different measurement data – multiple measurements of the same test, for example – can easily be achieved by displaying the information on layers on top of each other.
Automatic data corrections
Users can automatically correct any irregularities or negative effects in the measurement signals that might interfere with subsequent analyses. In long-term monitoring, for example, only individual – often infrequent – events are relevant. In between these events, so-called flat lines can occur that expand the data volume and contain only static signal components that are now automatically corrected. In addition, test results may drift because of temperature variations during long-term monitoring. If a drift in a known measured value is detected then the module initiates an automatic reset of the origin to facilitate test value monitoring.
The new add-on module also corrects automatically any irregularities resulting from electromagnetic interference affecting the measurement data in the form of spikes. By correcting irregularities automatically, a clear and unambiguous display of relevant data is provided.
More information is available at www.hbm.com.