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Save and reuse graph templates
In the graph edit dialogue box select 'template' and save your graph as template file. You can apply this template to all graphs of the same type, e.g. a scatterplot template can only be applied to scatterplots. Until now, templates are not stored in the database, they are active only during your current session. However, subscribers can save an output with graphs and reuse the graphs as templates in later sessions.
Data and output menu icons explained
Opens the data (output) menu
Toggles full screen mode
zoom in (this applies to data grid, output navigation and output content windows)
zoom out (this applies to data grid, output navigation and output content windows)
Opens the download data (output) dialogue box (download from the database)
Opens the upload data (output) dialogue box (upload into the database)
Adds a row (case) on top of the data grid
Enter (leave) delete row mode. As long as this is active (green) you can delete data rows by clicking on a cell of the desired row and press enter.
Opens brightstat′s calculator
Makes output editable. When active (green) you can edit output headers (works best on desktop computers).
Enter presentation mode. Switch to full screen display of your output.
Brightstat works best (and fastest) on desktop computers with google Chrome™ or Safari® web browser.
You can now print your html output and you can also send your html output to a friend. In output menu select 'get html output'
On iPhones™ menu bar is hidden by the browser's adress bar, so I added a button for opening and closing the menu. Swipe down whithin the iconbar on top will also open the menu. And swipe up will close the opened menu.
Bugfixed: function for moving variables up and down in the list of selected variables of various tests
Automatic recode function added
function for moving variables up and down in the list of selected variables of various tests