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    Marc Amstoutz
    Marx Amstoutz
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    Hi Juan,
    I just received the Qt license from my manager Peter and could progress very rapidly to tune my controller comparing to using FL debug trace. Nice work!
    I would like to plot a 3D surface instead of the genuine surface which looks curious (I don’t know how to attach but I pasted the fll hereunder from you to check). Is there a way to export the data to excel for example ?
    Regards,
    Marc

    Engine: CsmControl
    InputVariable: fb
    enabled: true
    range: -300.000 1000.000
    lock-range: true
    term: early ZShape -300.000 50.000
    term: late SShape -50.000 600.000
    term: rush Binary 600.000 1000.000
    InputVariable: idle
    enabled: true
    range: 0.000 100.000
    lock-range: false
    term: cool SShape 10.000 50.000
    term: hot ZShape 0.000 10.000
    OutputVariable: knob
    enabled: true
    range: -7.000 20.000
    lock-range: false
    aggregation: Maximum
    defuzzifier: WeightedAverage Automatic
    default: 0.000
    lock-previous: true
    term: vq Constant -7.000
    term: density Constant 15.000
    term: panic Constant 20.000
    RuleBlock: takagiSugeno
    enabled: true
    conjunction: AlgebraicProduct
    disjunction: AlgebraicSum
    implication: AlgebraicProduct
    activation: General
    rule: if fb is late then knob is density
    rule: if fb is early then knob is vq
    rule: if fb is rush then knob is panic
    rule: if idle is hot then knob is density
    rule: if idle is cool and fb is not rush then knob is vq

    #6300
    Juan Rada-Vilela
    Juan Rada-Vilela
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    thanks for your post and for your support.

    You can export the engine’s surface as Tab-Separated Values (tsv) and open the tsv file in excel.

    Please export your engine to the FuzzyLite Dataset format using QtFuzzyLite 6:
    (1) from the menu bar: File/Export To/FuzzyLite Dataset (FLD)
    (2) Choose the options as shown in the image below
    Screen-Shot-2019-01-13-at-20-54-59
    (3) open your tsv file in excel.

    Let me know if you were able to do it.

    Cheers,

    Juan

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