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h.alpmann

Difference to first loaded Curve in Report Template

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Hello,

 

i have a Report Template, which creates some Bar Charts. I would like to have a Bar Chart with the Difference to the first Curve/Bar, i loaded in. So everytime i load a new h3d File in this Report, it shall add a new Bar with the Difference to the first Bar.

 

Template Stucture:

  • Page1
    • Window 1
      • Displacement of Node 37546 of h3d-1
      • Displacement of Node 37546 of h3d-2
      • Displacement of Node 37546 of h3d-3
    • Window 2
      • Displacement of Node 12357 of h3d-1
      • Displacement of Node 12357 of h3d-2
      • Displacement of Node 12357 of h3d-3
    • Window 3
      • {p1w2c1.y - p1w1c1.y}
      • {p1w2c2.y - p1w1c1.y}
      • {p1w2c3.y - p1w1c1.y}

 

 

When i define {p1w2c1.y - p1w1c1.y} in the Report Template, i get for the second and third import of data wrong results: {p1w2c2.y - p1w1c2.y} and {p1w2c3.y - p1w1c3.y}

So i want, that Hypergraph only iterates one part of the Expression while keeping the other part.

 

Can anyone help me?

Thank you very much.

 

Kind regards

Henrik Alpmann

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