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This KB article describes how to bring in the measured Points from your CAL file (Symphony Calibrator) into Curve Pilot to make DGC files.

But you also need to verify how your CAL file was used in the Nexus workflow (was it used as a direct curve or as a compensation curve). This is important when you create your curve in Curve Pilot. So, please read carefully this KB article too for more information:

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Follow the steps given below:

  1. Open the cal file in Symphony.

  2. Select the curve and do a Save Data from the Edit menu.

  3. Copy this data file to the PC where Curve Pilot is installed.

  4. Open the data file in MS WordPad and re-save it. You have to open and save from WordPad for this to work. Original file does not have the correct line ending (CR/LF is needed).

  5. Launch Curve Pilot. You may need Curve Pilot Pro license to be able to do this.

  6. Under File menu, click Import and select Measured Points from text file.

  7. Browse to and select the text file.

  8. Save it as DGC file.

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Applies to

Curve Pilot all versions

Last revised21-Nov-17
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