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Old 04-04-2011, 12:37 PM
koningbhw koningbhw is offline
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Default Show AnyInputFile data in ChartFX

For the AnyInputC3D-class there is an automated way to show the raw marker trajectories in the ChartFX as they are loaded from the C3D files. This is very convientient, because it enables me to get an idea of the data before i actually run the model.

I would like to do the same for data which I load using the anyInputFile class. How can I do this?

Kind regards,

Bart Koning

(I've searched a little through older repository versions, but couln't find anything that could help me.)
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Old 04-05-2011, 11:07 AM
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Hi Bart,

The marker trajectories can be seen in the chart by looking at a property like this (if you use the C3D object):

Main.Modelsetup.C3DFileData.Points.Markers.RTHI.po s

Please also notice the setting in the AnyInputC3D class setting


which allows you so see it visually in ModelView

If you read the data manually using an input file it is different. Then the you will need to create some output using the data before you can see it, this is done automatically when you use the C3D object reader.

We agree that it would be convenient to be able to see the data before it has been used, and will try to think of a solution to this, but for now it is not possible unless you use the C3d object.

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