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    Vtech Datalogger .CSV output formatting help

    Hi,

    Does anyone have an easy way of sorting the formatting on the .CSV datalog output?

    When I export the .CSV file the format is all over the place and the columns don't match the headers, also the decimals are incorrect for some columns like RPM.

    Any help appreciated.


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    I use MegaLogViewer HD for viewing engine data logs. VTech logs open right up.

    Andy

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    I just need help with the excel/CSV please. Wont be using MLV

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    Unless you are a really good programmer and run Excel all the time, I would be very reluctant to go down the path.

    What are you trying to see in the CSV?

    And for what it is worth, I do set up Excel spreadsheets for a construction company as a day job. At night I use MLV to analyze EFI programing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    Unless you are a really good programmer and run Excel all the time, I would be very reluctant to go down the path.

    What are you trying to see in the CSV?

    And for what it is worth, I do set up Excel spreadsheets for a construction company as a day job. At night I use MLV to analyze EFI programing.
    Ok I'll try it. I basically want to see RPM vs Timing

    Is it Megalogviewer HD that I need? Is there a free/trial version?

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    https://www.efianalytics.com/MegaLogViewerHD/download/

    By default, you get the free version by it is somewhat limited to the file size you ban deal with.

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    https://www.efianalytics.com/MegaLogViewerHD/download/

    By default, you get the free version by it is somewhat limited to the file size you ban deal with.

    Andy
    Ok thanks,

    And do I want to export the .csv or the .bin file for the MLVHD?

    The annoying thing is that if you open the .CSV file using an apple product the sheet is perfectly formatted! You just can't do anything with it!

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    Welcome to Apple. At work I manage about 45 of them... I carry an Android.

    When on the VTech logged data webpage, click the CSV and take the option <Open with Megalogviewer>

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    OK you got me.

    MLV HD is amazing.

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    Told you

    PM me your email and I will send you a setup file that will make it amazing

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