Exporting Graph Data

There are two methods for exporting data to applications such as Microsoft Excel. The first option is through the Graphing tool and the other is through the 'Export Data' tool.

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Exporting Data Via Graphing

You can choose to export data right from the graphing tool, when you have a graph opened.

  1. With your graph open, click from the Graphing Toolbar. A drop-down menu will appear.
  1. Select which data you want to export. You can either choose or . Upon choosing an option, a dialogue box will open, asking you to confirm the download.
  1. Decide what your web-browser should do with the file. Select Save File to download the file to your local hard drive.
  1. Click . Now, the exported file will be accessible from your computer’s Downloads folder, or wherever you set up web-browser downloads to be stored.

Exporting Data Via the ‘Export Data’ Tool

Use this function to download your data from FlowWorks in CSV format (comma-separated value). Combine any number of channels and Sites to build your raw data file.

  1. Hover your cursor over , from the main toolbar. A drop-down menu will appear.
  1. Click . Your browser will load the Export Data screen, from which you will select the channels you wish to export, corresponding dates, and the export file type.
  1. Select channels you want to export from the Site Explorer – you can combine channels from different Sites.
  1. Select a date range. Click the calendar icons for easy date selection.
  1. Choose the export format. You can either choose to export all data into one CSV file, or you can export one CSV file per Site, in which case a compressed zip file containing each CSV will be created.
  1. Click . An Export Results report will generate, which includes the file’s details, such as its size.

  1. Click . The download window will appear.
  1. Decide what your web-browser should do with the file. Tick Save File to download the file to your local hard drive.
  1. Click . The download will begin and once complete the file will be accessible from your computer’s Downloads folder, or wherever you set up web-browser downloads to be stored.
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