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MoTeC M1 Software Tutorial: Copy/Paste/Export and Import

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Copy/Paste/Export and Import


00:00 There are a few more options available to help speed up your tuning work by copying data from one place to another.
00:07 Tune is flexible here and offers a number of options depending on what you want to achieve.
00:13 In it’s simplest form, you can use the copy and paste function to move data around within a specific table, or you can use the export and import functions to move entire tables around.
00:26 If you highlight a selection of data inside a table, we can use the ‘Control’ plus ‘C’ keys or right click and select ‘Copy Data’.
00:36 Now if we move the cursor, and press ‘Control’ plus ‘V’, or right click and select ‘Paste Data’, the data will be pasted.
00:46 This can be useful to copy data from a row or column to a different area of a table.
00:52 A more typical use would be to copy and paste the entire table data from one table to another.
00:59 As an example, we can copy the Ignition Timing Main table data from Map A, to B by pressing ‘Control’ plus ‘A’ to select all the table contents, pressing ‘Control’ plus ‘C’ to copy it.
01:13 Now if we select Map B, select the top left cell and Press ‘Control’ plus ‘V’, it will copy the data into the new map.
01:21 It’s important to note that this function will only copy the map data, not the axis setup so if the axis configuration is not the same you will end up with inaccuracies.
01:33 We have two more options available to help with copying tables around, and these are the ‘Export Entire Table’ and ‘Export Current View’ options which can be accessed by right clicking on the table.
01:47 ‘Export Entire Table’ will export the table including the values and the axis configuration.
01:53 This is the best method for copying 4D tables such as injector characterisation tables.
02:00 ‘Export Current View’ on the other hand will only take the current viewable layer of a 4D table, or if you are dealing with a 2D or 3D table it will be the entire table including data and axis information.
02:14 You have the option to export to the clipboard which is ideal for quickly moving tables around a package, or for data you expect to use frequently such as injector characterisation tables, you may choose to save them to a file.
02:30 Importing the data from either the clipboard or a file is as easy as selecting the table you wish to paste to, and selecting ‘Import’.

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