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  1. Can I zoom in on a chart?Can I zoom in on a chart? [Article]
    New to WinSPC version 8.2 is the ability to zoom in on a selected data area for Variable Analyzer & Data Sets chart(s).

  2. What is the difference between a promptable and non-promptable device in WinSPC?What is the difference between a promptable and non-promptable device in WinSPC? [Article]
    ...roduction A device in WinSPC is used to collect data from external sources (such as a serial gauge...

  3. What is the difference between the various Attribute Collection Methods?What is the difference between the various Attribute Collection Methods? [Article]
    Introduction There are 4 different Collection Methods within an Attribute's Advanced Setup under the 'Settings' tab. The method selected determines the manner in which the Standar

  4. How can I share a WinSPC report?How can I share a WinSPC report? [Article]
    Introduction In WinSPC versions 8 and above you can generate reports using templates from the Report Designer. Reports generated from WinSPC can be distributed in a number

  5. How do I use default data filters in user setup (and what do they affect)?How do I use default data filters in user setup (and what do they affect)? [Article]
    Introduction You can configure Default Data Filters at the User and User Group levels in WinSPC to reduce steps within your WinSPC Users' workflows. The

  6. Can WinSPC automatically prompt a device for data on a timed basis?Can WinSPC automatically prompt a device for data on a timed basis? [Article]
    Introduction Is it possible to automate data collection by having WinSPC be set to prompt a device. Procedure Set up th

  7. What is the Data Collection Ribbon and how can I use it in Data Collection?What is the Data Collection Ribbon and how can I use it in Data Collection? [Article]
    Introduction The Ribbon within WinSPC's data collection Window is a visual aid intended to give your Data Collection operator additional fun

  8. What is RAVE?What is RAVE? [Article]
    RAVE (Report Authoring Visual Environment) is WinSPC's visual report building tool that can be used to create new report templates or modify existing ones. RAVE allows

  9. How can I export data in WinSPC to Excel, CSV or HTML format?How can I export data in WinSPC to Excel, CSV or HTML format? [Article]
    Introduction WinSPC supports exporting Variable data from within WinSPC into XLS (Microsoft Excel), CSV (Text

  10. What is the Data Collection Log Out Inactivity Period, and how do I configure it?What is the Data Collection Log Out Inactivity Period, and how do I configure it... [Article]
    Introduction WinSPC has the ability to automatically log out data collection sessions. This feature is referred to as ‘Automatic Logout Due To Inactivity’. This fea

  11. What is the difference between 'Control Limits', 'Calculated Control Limits' and 'Historical Control Limits'?What is the difference between 'Control Limits', 'Calculated Cont... [Article]
    ...onent within Variable Analyzer and Report Templates allow for many different visualizations of your data, most of which can be customized via Ch

  12. What Subgroup Level Control Tests come preconfigured with WinSPC?What Subgroup Level Control Tests come preconfigured with WinSPC? [Article]
    Introduction WinSPC allows you to set up rules known as Control T

  13. How do I set the default number of subgroups visible in a chart?How do I set the default number of subgroups visible in a chart? [Article]
    ...ing component of WinSPC's Variable Analyzer and Report Designer allows you to see any or all of the data collected within that variable at a given time,

  14. What do the different colors in Control Charts and Plant Monitor mean?What do the different colors in Control Charts and Plant Monitor mean? [Article]
    Within WinSPC's Plant Monitor, Data Collection and Reports, items such as the data collection Ribbon, Plant Monitor cells, and plotted subgroups on Control Charts, often change color. What do these co...

  15. How do I move or copy items in WinSPC?How do I move or copy items in WinSPC? [Article]
    Moving Tree Items Items withi

  16. Data Listing Report for Oracle EnvironmentsData Listing Report for Oracle Environments [Article]
    ...ng Report that should be used for all WinSPC version 8.3 environments using Oracle as their backend database. To use this report template, simply download the repo

  17. How are the initial control limits calculated for attributes (when there is not any data)?How are the initial control limits calculated for attributes (when there is not ... [Article]
    ...ntial set of control limits to use prior to the first time the limits are recalculated based on the data (by d

  18. Tip: Easy access to the properties of a control test template from a control test template linkTip: Easy access to the properties of a control test template from a control tes... [Article]
    Did you know you can access the properties of a control test template from anywhere you see a control test template link? If you double click on any control test template link (or right clic

  19. Why would I need to reset a collection plan (and how do I do this)?Why would I need to reset a collection plan (and how do I do this)? [Article]
    When a collection plan is actively collecting data on a WinSPC client, a flag is set in the WinSPC database reflecting this state. This flag is cleared when the collection plan is unloaded (or ex

  20. What is the Data Point Viewer and how do I use it?What is the Data Point Viewer and how do I use it? [Article]
    Introduction

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