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ArtemiS suite - Video Tutorials
Our video tutorials illustrate functions and procedures of the ArtemiS suite by means of examples. The example projects and the associated time signals are available for download.
Clicking on "Read more" displays information and downloads related to the respective tutorial and allows you to start the video.
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Start Page
 
After you launch the ArtemiS suite software you will see the start Page first – the central start point into the software.

The usage, the wide options and the great benefit of the start Page will be explained on practical examples.
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Video tutorials at a glance
Introducing ArtemiS suite
 
Start Page   read more
 
After you launch the ArtemiS suite software you will see the start Page first – the central start point into the software.

The usage, the wide options and the great benefit of the start Page will be explained on practical examples.
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User interface   read more
 
The user interface of the ArtemiS suite provides access to numerous tools and functions. Both the menu bar and the HEAD Navigator allow you to access them.
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Pool project   read more
 
A pool project allows you to perform a wide range of tasks, such as the analysis of measurement data. Here you will learn about the most important pools and pool items, as well as the logic of a pool project.
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Populating a pool project   read more
 
You can populate a pool project with items, e.g. in order to re-use a previously saved analysis. To populate a pool project, you can use various functions of the HEAD Navigator or the database.
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Recent results   read more
 
The Recent Results list allows you to access all data created within the current ArtemiS suitesession. For example, you can move analysis files into an opened Data Viewer without requiring a recalculation.
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Layout of tool windows   read more
 
Many functions of the ArtemiS suite can be accessed via tool windows, which you can freely arrange on the screen. This allows you to customize the user interface of the ArtemiS suiteaccording to your needs. For example, you can attach certain tool windows to each other.
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Layout of documents   read more
 
Documents, such as analysis results or projects, can be freely arranged according to your needs by moving or grouping them within the document area. This allows you, for example, to display several Mark Analyzers next to each other for an easier comparison.
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Properties and functions in a diagram
 
Diagram Handling   read more
 
Most of the analysis results in ArtemiS suite are represented in diagrams. Diagrams can be arranged in any order and layouts can be configured individually in order to match the representation of your results with the corresponding requirements.
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Adjustment of the axes   read more
 
There are numerous possibilities to configure the axes in a diagram. Use these possibilities to achieve an optimal representation of your diagrams.
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Diagram Cursor   read more
 
In a diagram there are various cursors available, which can be used to solve a multitude of tasks. These cursors can e.g. be used to select and permanently visualize single values from your diagrams.
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Zooming in diagrams   read more
 
Zooming in a diagram allows you to highlight particular extracts of your analyses. Please use the various zoom functions for this purpose.
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Playback of sound in ArtemiS suite
 
Mark Analyzer   read more
 
The Mark Analyzer is a flexible tool, which allows to hear, to analyze and to filter time signals simultaneously. In contrast to the Data Viewer, the content of a Mark Analyzer always refers to a single mark.
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Player   read more
 
The Player provides a wide range of playback functions for the playback of time signals. The Player e.g. allows to change the playback speed or to file the mark, which is currently played back, with all new adjustments as a new HDF file.
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Playback with the Mark Analyzer   read more
 
Take advantage of more playback functions in combination with the Mark Analyzer. By means of the Playback Spot, the Mark Analyzer e.g. allows you to localize and to play back special parts in a signal temporally and by frequency.
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Playback Filter   read more
 
Playback Filters are recommended to be used for filtering sounds. In combination with the Mark Analyzer, the impacts of the playback filters can be listened to and seen in the analysis immediately.
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Playlist   read more
 
The Playlist is especially suited for comparing various sounds perceptively. In addition to that, a playlist allows to sort files on the basis of their documented properties in order to get a quick overview of large amounts of data.
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Additional useful tools of ArtemiS suite
 
Mark Editor   read more
 
The Mark Editor allows you to cut and trim one or multiple marks in the Source Pool quickly and conveniently based on time or a reference quantity, such as revolution speed.
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Tolerance Scheme   read more
 
Using tolerance schemes allows you to test measurement results against certain tolerance limits. You can create a tolerance scheme from existing measurement results or manually and then include it into your analyses.
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RPM Generator Basics   read more
 
The RPM Generator allows you to create an artificial revolution speed signal from visible order curves. Afterwards you can perform rpm-dependent analyses even though the revolution speed was not (or not correctly) acquired during your measurement.
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RPM Generator Advanced   read more
 
The flexible configuration options of the RPM Generator allow you to examine order curves section-wise. Thus you can acquire even complex revolution speed curves and embed them into your measurements as new analog channels.
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Reporting in ArtemiS suite
 
Creating a report from a Data Viewer   read more
 
In this tutorial you will learn how you can transfer diagrams of a Data Viewer into a report in order to present your results.
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Creating a report from a Pool Project   read more
 
The reporting functionality of the ArtemiS suite offers many helpful features for processing your results, especially if you frequently examine the same kind of data. A report allows you to present your results quickly and in a consistent form.
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Repeated use of report templates in a report   read more
 
You can quickly extend existing report templates with additional results from additional marks, analyses, or filters. This provides a convenient and quick way of adding additional calculations to an existing report.
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Embedding user documentation in a report   read more
 
When using information from the user documentation of a recording in a report, this information is automatically adapted to the respective content. This makes the documentation of your data even more useful and allows you to create reports very rapidly and efficiently.
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