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    Default Export Table of Values

    Hi guys,

    I am used to Actix, but right now using Nemo I am having a hard time trying to figure out how to export parameters in a Excel sheet, something that is easily done in Actix.

    Can someone help me to export stuff like Throughput DL, BLER DL, etc ?

    Thanks in Advance !

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    Quote Originally Posted by malekan147 View Post
    Thanks for the reply. But I still didn't find how to export Throughput and BLER in a table of values correlating to time.

    If u could give me the steps I appreciate. Thanks !

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    Default Re: Export Table of Values

    Hi,
    Did you tried the KPI workbench in tools tab ?
    open it and drag and drop required parameters to the work space
    join the KPIs according to your requirement, time, sum, average, etc.
    run the script to get the final output
    i just attached a snapshot here

    KPI Benchmarker.jpg

    Quote Originally Posted by gabrielmp View Post
    Hi guys,

    I am used to Actix, but right now using Nemo I am having a hard time trying to figure out how to export parameters in a Excel sheet, something that is easily done in Actix.

    Can someone help me to export stuff like Throughput DL, BLER DL, etc ?

    Thanks in Advance !

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    Default Re: Export Table of Values

    Hi,

    When you have the data you want displayed in grid format, press right button on your mouse and select export to excel. Afterwards you can save it and use it as you want.

    I hope was helpful.
    BR
    GM

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    Hi, good job, Yes, this is very useful to me, thank you very much, learning it.

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