SysView V2.52d Export data to further analysis in others programs

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    • SysView V2.52d Export data to further analysis in others programs

      hi everyone

      i would like to do a better analysis of my data, for example plot graph or calculate computation time distributions.
      So there's a way to import .SVDat in others programs, like matlab, or others tools?
    • Hi,
      Thank you for your inquiry.

      Your question is answered in the SystemView User Manual (UM08027):
      segger.com/downloads/jlink/UM08027

      Chapter 3.12.5 Export recordings:


      Best regards,
      Fabian
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    • Hi
      Thank you Fabian for your answer.
      i'm working with sysview 2.52d and the saved data are in SVDat format, so i don't know how to read them in oters applications, and i don't know if is possible to export in .csv because i can't find nothing on 2.52 manual.

      i could switch to 3.30, but i remember that i wasn't able to integrate it in my implementations (i'm using SMT32 and programming with Atollic)
      maybe i could just download sysview 3.30 and load recordings done with 2.52?
    • Hello,

      Other formats than svdat are not supported for export.

      Apool wrote:

      i could switch to 3.30, but i remember that i wasn't able to integrate it in my implementations (i'm using SMT32 and programming with Atollic)
      SystemView stayed backwards compatible. So what you could record with V2 you should be able to record with V3.


      Apool wrote:

      maybe i could just download sysview 3.30 and load recordings done with 2.52?
      Sure that would work to.

      Best regards,
      Nino
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