Moving or duplicating a measurement points to another project
Moving or duplicating a measurement points to another project is achieved from:
- The project detail window by right clicking on the measurement point you wish to move or duplicate
- The measurement point details window by clicking on the ‘Duplicate’ button in the gray bar at the bottom. In this window, right clicking on a measurement point also works.
- The table display by selecting one or more measurement points (press Ctrl or Shift). Using the ‘Duplicate’ button you can copy or move the points to another project.
When duplicating a measurement point, all properties of that measurement point are copied to a new measurement point. In addition to this you can define whether:
- The field samples (soil and/or water samples) are also copied
- The X Y coordinates are copied
- How many times the measurement point has to be duplicated
- Within the same project, the measurement points are numbered incrementally just like a new measurement point would.
- When duplicating to another project and the measurement point name already exists, ‘_N’ is appended to the name.
When a measurement point is moved, it is deleted from the original project and added to the chosen project. When the measurement point name already exists in the new project, ‘_N’ is appended to the name.
Multiple selection of measurement points.
A new button has been added in TerraIndex. Maybe you saw it already? This button makes it easier to edit data rapidly. More such functionalities are on the way. So keep an eye on the log-in page.
Putting together and modifying your report has gotten much easier!
When creating a report, for example “Analysis results”, you click on that report en chose “Select data”. So far, nothing new.
In the pop up screen you can select the measurement points that you want to display in the report.
- Select the measurement points that you want to select/deselect at the same time. This can be done just like in Excel with CTRL+click or Shift+click, in the first column (measurement points).
- Click on the button “Multi Edit” to edit these measurement points. A pop-up window will appear in which you can select/deselect these measurement points all at once. (Pro-tip: When you have made your selection, click on the check-box of one of the measurement points. The setting will then be modified for all selected points at once.)
- Is everything looking good? Go to next.
Multiple edit of analysis samples (or water samples)
- Select the analysis samples that you want to modify. This can be done just like in Excel with CTRL+click or Shift+click, in the first column.
- Click on the button “Multi Edit” to edit these analysis samples. The settings that can be edited are now visible in a pop-up window.
- Check the setting that you want to edit and fill in the desired value. (Pro-tip: When you fill in a value directly, the box will be checked automatically)
- Is everything looking good? Click on “Generate”.