Nowadays it's often use the html format for the
interchange and presentation of files, since thay are more cute in design terms
and they work in almost kind of computers and operating systems, but for
calculations the usually format are the excel sheet. So because of that,
EfeCalc offer the possibility to export the resuts to webpages (*.htm)
or excel sheets (*.csv) and also to text files (*.txt) that are
readbly anywhere. So, the
user must check the boxs in this window (how many boxs the user want) and then
choose the filetype.
this window will show
up every time the user want to Save something. When the user are in this
window it will be possible ti choose the data that he want to save and the
desired interval for the results. For instance, the user wants tokeep the
results regarding to the Sun movement for the week from 10 til 17 of March of
2002. It's enough to choose "10-03-2002" for initial date, "17-03-2002" for
final date, the "1 days"
interval, select the Sun Apparent Movement box and de-select all the other ones
An important thing to have in count it's the choice of the interval for
the data. The user must choose first of all the start date and then the
final date, and then choose the interval. This interval meens the
increment that will be given to the results from the initial to the final
instants. This increment it's an integer (1, 2, 3,...) multiplied by a
constant (sec., min., hours.,...)
Note: One of the results
format is the webpage. For a bettet design, this kind of format is shipped
with some images. So, when you save the results in this format, folder
(..._img) will be created (in the same as the file) containing the images,
if you delete this folder the webpage will appear very strange. If you
want to take the results to elsewhere or send them by email, you should
also send the respective folder (the better thing to do when transporting
tis kind of files is to zip them into one file and then unzip
where you want to).
For instance, if you choose the type webpage, the name "Sun2001" and the
output folde "C:\Results", then the program will create the file "C:\Resultados\Sun2001.htm"
and the folder "C:\Resultados\Sun2001_img" with some images inside.
After the differents
choices you should press the "Save" button. When click in this button,
EfeCalc checks if there is any file with the same name of that one that you
choose in the same folder. If there is, a warning message
will appear asking if you want to overwrite the existing file. After all the
steps, a message saying "Processing Data... ...wait a moment..." will appear,
you should wait until the progress bar on the bottom get full, and then return
to the astronomy world...