Tabulate Results

TableView creates an Excel-like spreadsheet in HyperWorks.

From TableView, click Table to view the TableView Table ribbon.

From the ribbon, click on an icon to open the related tool.

Figure 1. Table Ribbon

You can use Templex expressions inside of a cell to synchronize with HyperGraph and create summary tables that update accordingly using report templates. Value-dependent formatting allows for the easy detection of critical key performance indicators (KPI's). Basic spreadsheet functionality to format and edit table cells is also available. You can copy data from TableView and paste it into an Excel spreadsheet, and vice versa. You can also load large data sets into TableView.

Upon selection, the table's default size is 100x100. The image below displays curves on the left, with the curve data displayed on the right.

Figure 2. TableView Example
Note: Templex expressions from the HyperView Measure panel do not get evaluated automatically when you select File > Session >Flexible Reports. . You must ensure that the referring HyperView session was evaluated/animated first, then click the Refresh icon on the TableView toolbar to see the evaluated value. When HyperView is open on an inactive page, it is not recommended that you use the HyperView Templex Measure expression.
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