Curve reconstruction procedure for use in Machine Learning

Introduction Given a set of points, we want to construct a curve that shares some specific patterns described by a group of curves. From the description of the problem, there are two pieces of information available to us. First, the points available (Prediction Points) are part of an unknown curve we want to reconstruct. Second,…

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Interpolation methods for time series data

It is not unusual that due to various limitations, researchers can only collect limited number of samples. Meanwhile, for many analyses, we desire a higher resolution. In two-dimension case, we have X and Y coordinates of our points. We are interested in what happens in between any of the two points. We can draw a…

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Battery Cycle Detection using ‘Current’ Time-series Data

Battery data have many interesting properties. One of them is cycles. When we consider the whole range of the data, there are a few of the metrics we are interested in. For example, test net capacity and energy, test cumulative capacity and energy, etc. From these transformed curves, we can obtain some metrics that help…

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Test vs CAE in d3VIEW

As simulations drive a large portion of product development, reliance on test-data at critical development stages is invaluable to further our understanding of reality and assess our simulations. Among a wide variety of tests conducted today, the test-data can be broadly grouped into coupon-based (for material calibration), component based (for sub-system validation) and full-system tests.…

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Curve Digitization in d3VIEW

In several instances, time-history curves may need to be imported from either an Image (PNG/JPEG,.) or PDF files for use in comparison with simulations or for material calibration. d3VIEW Workflows now has the ability to digitize these images into a usable data curve. This post reviews the 5-step process in digitizing the image from a…

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Generate Part Contours with New d3VIEW Workers

Measuring the behavior of materials via specific procedures such as tension or shear tests aids in designing sound and safe products. d3VIEW supports this process by offering tools such as Material Calibration workers in our Workflows application. Recently, two new workers have been created for this, Key Value Generate Part Contours and Curves Generate Part…

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New and Refined Workflows User Interface (and a sneak peak into Workflows)

d3VIEW’s Workflows application has gotten a make-over. The new user-interface is more lucid and quite easier to navigate. Menus have been structured to keep options contained and grouped to make the Workflow application even more user-friendly. Read on to learn more. Edit Mode Refinements The new edit-mode menus are located at the top left. Click…

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Crashworthiness Tools in d3VIEW

d3VIEW isn’t just a general data mining and visualization platform. It caters to specific industries and concentrations, enhancing and accelerating product design. Crashworthiness, the pinnacle of vehicle safety and an important element in vehicle design, is no stranger to the platform. Featured below are some tools d3VIEW has specifically designed for crashworthiness. Crash Workers The…

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New Workflow Features

d3VIEW platform is continually enhanced for improved efficiency, better usability and more intelligent processes. The Workflows application has recently been updated with a lot of these enhancements. In addition to the abundance of amazing features that exist already, the app now has some remarkable improvements to add to the mix. Highlighted below are a few…

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Highlighting Our Favorite Curve Transformations

Did you know d3VIEW has over 900 workers for employing data extractions and scientific processes? Many of these workers also correspond to transformations that can be applied individually to data responses, particularly curve responses. Curves may very well be the most used way to visualize scientific data which is why curve transformations can be so…

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