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how to save my resultsviewer files ?

asked 2015-03-01 13:40:35 -0500

usamahafeez43 gravatar image

updated 2017-09-25 15:36:08 -0500

i have to save resultsviewer tab material (graphs,tables) ? kindly inform me how to do that :(

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@usamahafeez, welcome to UnmetHours. For optimal routing of your question to knowledgeable members, please make the name of the software you are using, e.g., designbuilder, into a separate tag.

__AmirRoth__ gravatar image __AmirRoth__  ( 2015-03-01 14:37:24 -0500 )edit

@Amir Roth thankyou . i am using sketchup openstudio for simulation. i want to know how to save my resultviewer data (graphs and tables having simulation info). kindly do reply

usamahafeez43 gravatar image usamahafeez43  ( 2015-03-02 03:58:06 -0500 )edit

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answered 2015-03-02 08:40:17 -0500

ResultsViewer can export images of graphs, but doesn't save to CSV or similar format.

this thread discusses a few workflows to get CSV.

If you just want the tabular data from the htm file EnergyPlus creates, you can copy from most browsers and paste into Excel, or you can request it in another file format at runtime.

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answered 2015-03-04 08:37:17 -0500

You could use SQLite DataBase Browser (opensource, free for Linux and Windows) to read, browse data, and export the data to cvs file format. This way you will have access also to the hidden data structures that ResultsViewer does not display. However the complete data structure is more complex than in ResultsViewer, and some knowledge of SQL is recommended. You cannot however, save any graphs with this tool.

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