For any ordinary type of standard analysis tasks, and even for the bulk of advanced tasks O-Calc Pro has reports and tools provided for you to use. On occasion however there will be some form of analysis or manipulation that requires deep and advanced access to elements or calculated values. In this post we will ..
In O-Calc Pro there exists the concept of a “Bulk Summary Report”. This is a report where a compact bit of information for each of a collection of poles (as determined through the batch report system) is added to a single report page. This is as opposed to the normal report where each pole is ..
It is often the case that there might be two (or more) versions of a report in O-Calc Pro. For example a summary version and a detailed version, or a text only version and a version that includes images or charts (see http://o-calcpro.com/wiki/2015/12/03/adding-a-custom-chart-to-a-report/ ). Rather than implementing such reports in multiple report definitions you can simply ..
When creating a plugin, report, or script in O-Calc Pro it is helpful to be able to store information such as state, history, or keys identifying external data sources directly in the PPLX elements. O-Calc Pro provides a mechanism for this in the form of the Working Data Store (WDS). The WDS is a free form ..
In a previous posting ( http://o-calcpro.com/wiki/2015/12/02/creating-a-real-report/ ) we saw how to create a simple report. In that case it was the Applied Load report. In this article we are going to extend that report by adding a chart of the heights. O-Calc includes a graphing API that is used to generate all of the graphs that ..
Before starting you should install: Osmose O-Calc® Pro version 5.1 or better Microsoft Excel or other product that can edit and display Excel spreadsheet files version 2010 or better (.xlsx). Overview O-Calc® Pro 5.1 provides preformatted reports in its Report View. It also provides a link to a Custom Reports tool. The Custom Reports tool ..
A report was requested that would show all of the applied loads (source loads) applied to a pole. This excludes reactions to the loads so applied by guying are excluded as are the loads generated by the pole itself (wind load, self weight, load from tilt, etc.). The following video shows in real-time the creation ..