The object contains data extracted from one column of the CHRONOP object's data array. The data, once extracted, can then be submitted to other objects for further calculation. For example, a LINFIT object performs a linear-regression analysis on two DATACOL objects.
A new DATACOL object is automatically created by the call to CHRONOP.DataCol(). It is usually transient, existing only for one function call.
|DataCol = ChronoP.DataCol(ColumnCode)|
|DataCol||DATACOL||The new object containing the data extracted from the CHRONOP data array.|
A code identifying the column to be used.
0 = Time
1= Measured voltage
2 = Uncompensated voltage
3 = Measured Current
4 = Signal sent to Control Amplifier
5 = Measured Aux Channel Voltage
6 = I/E Range used
7 = Overloads
Or use the predefined constants:
CHRONOP_T = Time
CHRONOP_Vf = Applied Voltage
CHRONOP_Vu = Uncompensated Voltage
CHRONOP_Im = Measured Current
CHRONOP_Sig = Signal sent to Control Ampllifier
CHRONOP_Ach = Measured Aux Channel Voltage
CHRONOP_IERange = I/E Range Used
CHRONOP_Over = Overloads