Event data window
Many tags provide additional sensor data recorded as event data. Firetail support a wide range of sensors data shown in the event data viewport.
Inspecting event data
If events are available in your dataset you can visually inspect the events by selecting
Event Data in the
Window Selection Tabs (vertical left).
Alternatively, you may use the menu entry
Windows > Event Data to select how to see the event data (top, right, or as floating window).
The data will be synced to the replay of tracks and shown separately for every tag/individual.
Note: For larger sets of tags, a selection of subsets is helpful
Hiding event data
right click in the event window to hide individual sensors.
It is possible to focus a timestamp in the event data by
in the event window. This will highlight the corresponding events within the map.
A double click selection of a track point on the map will show a vertical bar in the event window that marks the current time stamp.
Per default you’ll see the maximum, minimum and current value of a sensor in each sensor panel.
Burst data can be selected via thresholds on the event data
like all data above a given temperature. Use
Ctrl-mouse drag within the event windows
to drag a custom threshold. The currently selected value will be shown near a
horizontal bar that marks the threshold (version 4 and above).
Above and below
Use the larger than “>” and smaller equal “<=” buttons to choose if regions below or above a threshold should be selected.
Inspecting numeric data
Right-click on an individual/tag/deployment in the
Open Files tree and select
Show Event Editor
to show a table of raw event values associated to each time stamp.