Indeed it is, I've changed it to 0 and the lines were plotted at the exact
matching y-axis value. Now one last question: the curve smoothing is only
applied after the roast is finished, right? Meaning that, for my goal of
using this imported CSV file as a background profile, I'll see the
background BT line exactly where I want it to be. Is that a valid
On Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 11:28 AM Marko Luther <marko.luther(a)gmx.net> wrote:
what you see is an effect of the smoothing algorithm. If you would apply
even more smoothing, you would end up with a straight line (maximal
information loss). I suggest to choose a lower value for the "Smooth
Curves" parameter (menu Tools >> Extras, tab Graph).
On 26.01.2016, at 19:50, Rodrigo Ramos
I've tried to find info about that, but either I failed in my research
has never been discussed online.
In order to perform some experiments with my roaster, I'm creating few
"template" profiles, formatting them in CSV so it can be imported by
Artisan, so I can later on use them as background profiles.
Unfortunately I'm running into a strange issue. The initial portion of
chart, from charge until TP, for some reason is not being plotted
right. As you can see in the attached image, the BT line y-value is
incorrectly positioned in the chart. From that point on, until the end of
the roast, everything looks fine.
I'm also attaching the CSV file I'm using for this exercise.<SSFF
Is this something you're aware of?
Thanks in advance!