Open Files panel
Open Files panel is a tree-like overview of all tags/individuals or deployments in an open dataset.
To show which individuals/tags are shown in the map Firetail provides the
Open File panel.
It can be used to select subsets of the data or the complete dataset (default).
Click on the checkbox next to each individual to de-/select the associated data. The triangle symbol will show you the number of GPS and acceleration samples available.
focus regions containing data
For each track, you can focus the current map on the set of selected points by clicking the respective checkbox below the ‘eye’ symbol.
Select sensors to show
Firetail allows you to focus on specific lanes in the burst view and hide data that is not currently of interest.
Right click on a group to redefine the track color.
Firetail 8 introduces a tabular event viewer. Right click on an individual/tag in the
Open Files panel and select
Show Event Editor. Here you can inspect the raw event data as a table.
Select/Deselect lanes and derived measurements
Clicking on the triangle symbol next to a tag or individual reveals available burst sensor types. These can be
- loaded along with the dataset
- generated from the data (like ODBA, IMU calibration, Euler angles or FFT previews)
Toggle the associated checkboxes to hide or show the respective burst lanes.
When you toggle a sensor type, this will affect the start and end timestamp and reset the burst viewport.
In this case bookmarks provides a simple way to remember start and end timestamps to return to a region of interest. Using the option
keep sensor states you may also keep the current selection of sensors when loading a bookmark (e.g. if only IMU data was enabled).