How Can I View Previous Measurements in Data Collection? (V3)
When collecting data, it can be helpful to view a task’s previous measurements in order to track its progress over time. Here’s how to do that:
1. In Data Collection, press [Tools] > Collected Measurements > (Whichever task you wish to view).
2. In the Task window, you can view all previous measurements for that task as well as its % change relative to the initial measurements, the preceding measurement, any comments added, the date and time of collection, and the user who collected it.
3. You can even open multiple windows at once for different tasks, in case you need to make multiple comparisons.
How Can I View Previous Measurements in Data Collection? (V4)
When collecting data, it can be helpful to view a task’s previous measurements in order to track its progress over time. Here’s how to do that: 1. On the Data Collection screen, press [Options] > Details Column > Show Previous Measurement. 2. Press ...
How to Group Articles in Data Collection
On the Data Collection screen, all articles are shown separately by default. However, you might want to consolidate the articles in a study for quicker collection. Here’s how to do that: 1. Each article has its own column and the animals that are not ...
Are There Faster Ways to Complete Dosing Tasks?
If you are dosing many animals at a time in Data Collection, it can be cumbersome to click the check box for each animal you want dosed. A quick and easy way to do this is by clicking on the box you want to mark as done and then pressing the ...
What Do the Different Highlights on the DC Screen Mean?
On the Data Collection screen, sometimes data is shown with certain highlights to indicate a specific status associated with that datum and/or that animal. To the uninformed user, these can appear daunting. Luckily, there is a legend that can be ...
How Do I Change the Day on Which Relative Values are Compared? (V4)
In Studylog’s Graphs and Reports, you can not only see collected data, but also see percent difference/change calculations relative to that data. However, you must first set a date on which relative values are to be compared. Here’s how to do that: ...