Table Editor


Editing Tables

Table modification is one of the main operations that you will use to modify your tune. Understanding the table display layout and functionality will help make your table editing easier.

Right click the table display for more options.


Hotkeys:

+/- Increment and decrement value(s)
CNTRL+C Copy value(s)
CNTRL+V Paste value(s)
CNTRL+Z Undo last modification


Copy with Labels (right click menu)

This function is available in VCM Editors Table Editor, VCM Scanners Histogram Display, and VCM Scanners RTT Editor.
Using Copy with Labels allows you to copy a selection of a table with axis data as well. When you wish to paste the data into another table, or from a histogram into the RTT editor or VCM Editors Table Display, you do not have to select the destination cell before you paste. Because you copied your data with axis labels, the software will automatically place your paste data accordingly. You can use this in conjunction with the paste special feature of the software.


Paste Special (right click menu)

When using the VCM Scanner histograms properly, you can easily import the learned histogram data into VCM Editor using the paste special feature of the table editor.
An example of this is building a knock retard histogram and importing it into your main spark tables. More information regarding this feature can be found in the Tips and Tricks help section.
For this feature to work, the contents of the clipboard must be of the same dimensions as the contents of your table.
Add Add the contents of the clipboard to the table
Subtract Subtract the contents of the clipboard from the table
Multiply % Multiply the contents of the table by the clipboard values as a percentage
Multiply % - Half Multiply the contents of the table by the clipboard values as a percentage divided in half
Average Average the values between the clipboard and the table


Understanding the Toolbar



Table Open, Save and Print

Import a table from a file and overwrite current table.
Save the table to a file.
Print the table.
Favorites
Add this table to the favorites.
Remove this table from the favorites.
File Compare
View the table for the primary calibration
View the table for the compare calibration
View the differences between the primary and compare calibrations
Reload
Reload the current table
Copy and Paste
Copy table selection to clipboard
Paste table selection from clipboard
Modify
Replace selected cells with the value in the box
Add the value in the box to the selected cells
Multiply the selected cells by the value in the box
Primary View State
View only 1 data representation (table or 2D/3D graph)
Use a horizontal split with the table display on the bottom and the graph up top
Use a vertical split with the table display on the left and the graph on the right
Primary View
View the table data representation
View the 2D chart data representation
View the 3D chart data representation
Precision
Decrease decimal precision
Increase decimal precision
Smoothing and Interpolation
Smooth the entire selection
Smooth the selection only using a horizontal pass
Smooth the selection only using a vertical pass
  When using the smoothing functions, the level of smoothing will be determined by your current precision. To increase the effected area of your smoothing, increase your precision.
Interpolate the entire selection (flat plane)
Interpolate between horizontal bounds (creates lines)
Interpolate between vertical bounds (creates lines)


Using the 3D View



You can control the rotation, shift, zoom of the 3D graph as well as modify data points with the left mouse button.


Using the 2D View