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I'm working on torque management system, I would like to display the torque evolution over time in a graph (time based diagram).
The Timing diagram seems to not be a satisfying solution to see a time variation a signal.
I would like to know if the timing diagram is the only solution for a time based diagram in Rhapsody? If yes is there a way to make it look less than a sequence diagram turn into time diagram and more like a chronograph . If no, is there an add-on or a bridge to Excel or any other tool which can display time based diagram.
I think that timing diagrams are the only way to have a time scale. These diagrams are in fact a kind of sequence diagram with a rotation of 90° but with a time scale.
With the property TimingDiagram.General.DefaultDiagramForm you can change the diagram presentation. In time segment mode (elaborated mode) you can represent a signal evolution but not for an analog signal. More for a signal with several state. Here I cannot add a picture, it is a shame, else I will show you a picture with signals and reference between them.