Showing and Hiding Columns

Experimental data is displayed horizontally in measure mode, which sometimes leads to a lot of scrolling left and right if your step contains many resources and properties. It is possible to choose which columns you would like to display on a step. Properties, components, resources, or even all the inputs or outputs allowing for display of the most important data. These entities can be hidden by right-clicking on the column header, and also from the variables panel in on the right hand side.

From the bottom panel data editor

Hiding columns

Right click on the column header. Depending on where you click you will be presented with different options in a context menu:

  1. Right click on a property - this will allow you to hide an individual property
  2. Right click on the resource header - this will allow you to hide an individual resource
  3. Right click on the input or output header - this will allow you to hide all inputs or outputs.

Hide property

Showing columns

Right click on the column header. Depending on where you click you will be presented with different options in a context menu:

  1. Right click on a resource header - this will allow you to show all properties on an individual resource
  2. Right click on the input or output header - this will allow you to show all inputs or outputs.

Run attributes

Run attributes can also be shown/hidden by right clicking on a run attribute column header and selecting hide from the context menu. Note: showing or hiding a run attribute column in one step will show/hide it across all steps.

Hide run status

From the variables panel

Mouse over each property in the variables tab and click the eye icon to show or hide individual properties. Note: it is not possible to show or hide components, all inputs/outputs, or run attributes from the variables tab.

Show/Hide variables

Saving show/hide settings

Settings for show hide can be saved from the save settings cog in the bottom toolbar below the data grid. These settings will be applied for all users.

 

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