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 +The result diagrams of your measurement can be evaluated in two languages if required. To do this, activate the checkbox "​Enable second language"​. You can select your desired languages via the drop-down menus "First Language"​ and "​Second Language"​. ​
  
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-If required, you can enter the name of the test file manually in the **Test Name** field and adjust it accordingly.+  ​German 
 +  ​English 
 +  ​French 
 +  ​Spanish 
 +  * Portuguese 
 +  * Russian 
 +  * Japanese 
 +  * Korean 
 +  * Chinese
  
-The **Embed Graphs** checkbox allows you to display ​your result graphs ​in Origin ​in a single workbook/​worksheet. Double-click results ​graph to display ​it as a full screen. If this feature is not enabled, a separate object is created for each result ​diagram ​created.+{{ :​en:​graphcontrol-language.png?​nolink&​600 |}}  
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 +The **Embed Graphs** checkbox allows you to clearly view all your Origin ​result graphs in a single workbook/​worksheet. Double-clicking on result ​graph displays ​it in full screen. If this feature is not enabled, a separate object is created for each result ​graph created.
  
-{{ :​en:​labels2.png?​nolink&​600 |By activating the Embed Graphs ​checkbox, ​all diagrams are displayed in worksheet.}} +{{ :​en:​labels2.png?​nolink&​600 |By activating the checkbox ​Embed Graphs all diagrams are displayed in one worksheet}}} 
-**Figure 1**: By activating the Embed Graphs ​checkbox, ​all diagrams are displayed in worksheet.+**Figure 1**: By activating the checkbox ​Embed Graphs all diagrams are displayed in one worksheet
    
-{{ :​en:​labels3.png?​nolink&​600 |}} +{{ :​en:​labels3.png?​nolink&​600 |If the checkbox **Embed Graphs** is not active, an object is created for each graph}}} 
-**Figure 2**: If the Embed Graphs ​checkbox ​is not active, an object is created for each diagram.+**Figure 2**: If the checkbox **Embed Graphs** is not active, an object is created for each graph.
  
-Selecting the **Delete Data Worksheet** checkbox significantly reduces ​the Origin project file size by deleting the imported measurement data directly ​after evaluation. ​The result diagrams are not deleted ​or affectedA disadvantage,​ however, is that you can no longer ​manipulate the result ​diagrams directly. This means that if you have made an error in the input mask, it can be easily ​corrected ​later by making a corrected entry in the Origin Worksheet for all diagrams. This option no longer exists for a deleted worksheet. However, it is still possible to vary the view or the image section of the result diagrams.+Selecting the **Delete Data Worksheet** checkbox significantly reduces Origin'​s ​project file size by directly ​deleting the imported measurement data after evaluation. ​This does not delete ​or affect the result graphsHoweverone drawback ​is that you cannot directly ​manipulate the result ​plots. This means that if you have made a mistake ​in the input mask, you can easily ​correct it later by making a corrected entry in the Origin Worksheet for all graphs. This option no longer exists for a deleted worksheet. However, it is still possible to vary the viewor sectionof the result diagrams
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 +In the **Graph Customization** menu, you can set the size of axis labels, legend and graph title. A graph title can be selected for up to two languages. 
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 +In the selection **Cycles to display** you select specific cycle numbers, of which the stress curve during loading and unloading is displayed in a result diagram. If temperature measurements have also been taken, diagrams are also plotted for the selected cycles, showing not only the voltage curve but also the temperature curve during charging and discharging. 
 +If you have activated the checkbox **Auto-detect important cycles**, Batalyse supports you in selecting important cycles. By entering a value at **Important cycle detection threshold**,​ Batalyse will automatically display all cycles where the capacity has changed by this value compared to the previous cycle.
  
-The selection **Active Material Display** gives you the possibility ​to manipulate ​the legend in your diagrams. Some cell chemistries have been predefined and can be selected directly. Since there are many different electrochemical systems, you can directly label your legend manually by selecting ​the "User Specified"​ field.+{{ :​en:​cyclestodisplay.png?​nolink&​500 |}} 
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 +The selection **Capacity Graphs Legends** allows ​you to label the legend in your graphs. Since there are many different electrochemical systems, you have a free input option for both selected languages. If you do not make any entries, ​the default legend is automatically used.
  
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 +**Current Display Method** allows you to display the C-rate **or** the current density in relation to the electrode area (mA/cm²) **or** the current density in relation to the active material (mA/g) **or** the power (W) in the result diagram.  
 +depending on the selection for the discharge **or** the charging or for discharge and charging. If you want to select the C-rate, you have to make the corresponding entries in the tab "​Electrochemistry"​ under "​Theoretical gravimetric cell capacity"​ or "​Nominal cell capacity"​. If you forget to do this you will be reminded as shown in the figure below. ​
  
-You have to make sure to label the legend according to your selected languages!+**Note:​**For ​the calculation of C-rate, current density (mA/cm²) **or** (mA/g) **or** power (W) the average current within the cycle is used.
  
-**Current Display Method** allows you to display ​the C-rate ​or the current density related to the electrode area (mA/cm²or the current density related ​to the active material (mA/g) or the power (W) in the result diagram.  +The result diagrams are automatically structured so that cycles with the same C-rate (etc.are grouped together. By entering "Rate decimal digits ​to display", ​you can round the C-rate in the diagrams, as "crooked" ​values can result from the exact calculation.
-The display ​is depending on the selection for the discharge process or the charging process or for discharge process and charging process. If you want to select ​the C-rate, the corresponding information must be entered ​in the tab "Electrochemistry" ​under "​Theoretical gravimetric cell capacity"​ or "​Nominal cell capacity"​. If you have forgotten this, you will be reminded as shown in the figure below.+
  
-**Note:** To calculate ​the C-rate, current density (mA/​cm²) ​or (mA/​g) ​or power (W), the average current of a cycle is used.+Using **Curve Graphs Line Style** you can select whether ​the charging ​or discharging characteristic curve should be displayed continuously ​or interrupted. 
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-The result diagrams are automatically structured so that cycles with the same C-rate (etc.) are grouped. By entering "Rate decimal digits to display"​ you can, for example, round the C-rate ​in the diagramssince "​crooked"​ values ​can result from the exact calculation.+**Example:​** You discharge your cell 5 cycles with 1C, but charge with 3C and then perform another 200 cycles with 10C. 
 +By selecting Charge + discharge ratesyour result graphs will show both 1C for discharging and 3C for charging ​in the range of the first five cycles. In the range of the following 200 cycles you will see 10C for both charging and discharging. 
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 +Via **Differential Voltammetry (dQ/dVdT/dV) Graphs Parameters** you can adjust your dQ/dV and dT/dV graphs.
  
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 +**Graphs to Plot** allows you to choose which diagrams Batalyse should create for you. The graphs are sorted in Capacity Retention, Energy Density, Differential Voltammetry Graphs, Additional Graphs, Comparison Graphs. You can manually add or remove each individual graph or you can do this for all graphs by selecting ​ All/None.
  
-**Example:** You discharge your cell 5 cycles with 1C, but charge with 3C and then perform another 200 cycles with 10C+{{ en:graphstoplot.png?nolink |}} 
-By selecting Charge + discharge ratesboth 1C for discharging and 3C for charging ​are displayed in your result diagrams ​in the first five cyclesIn the range of the following 200 cyclesboth 10C for charging and for discharging are displayed. ​+\\ 
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 +Additionallyyou can customize the order in which your graphs ​are displayed in Origin. 
 +You can enter a number ​in the upper right corner of the graphThe smaller the number you enter, the higher ​the priority ​of your graph and the higher up it will be displayed in Origin. If two or more graphs have been assigned the same numberthey will be displayed ​right next to each other or below each other. 
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