Tinytag Explorer allows users to combine data from multiple
loggers so comparisons can be made between different units in
different locations, or to see the effect of one property - for
example, temperature - on another - for example, relative
Data can also be combined from recording runs made by the same
logger to produce a contiguous trace (this can be useful, for
example, when a logger is offloaded weekly and an auditor wishes to
view data for the last month).
To combine traces, simply open the files required and go to
View and Create New Overlay.
Tinytag Explorer will list the traces available and you can then
copy or move them into a new graph (copying files makes a duplicate
of the source traces in a new graph whilst leaving the original
traces open, moving the traces will create a new graph and close
the existing traces).
When you have combined your data into a new file, you can change
line colours, axis positions, and scale the graph by right clicking
on it and selecting Graph Properties.
Apart from making the comparison of data easier, overlays are a
useful way of keeping associated data together (all of the
information associated with each individual trace is retained and
can be separated out of a data set at a later date if
Also, overlays make exporting data sets easier as a complete set
of data can be exported in on go, rather than having to export
traces individually and then combine them.
If you should have any questions about this feature, please