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Results formatting with MET/CAL?

Is there anyway to make things line up nicer in the results after a MET/CAL procedure finishes?

For example, I have a performance verification procedure I wrote for load cells and here is some sample output:

Math Resolution

Hello everyone,

I am fairly new at writting Met/Cal and I am having a little trouble. I wrote a procedure to take a voltage value and turn it into Watts and calculate the % of error. Everything runs great but the resolution of the results is too large for all report values. Below is the sample of the code. Can anyone tell me if I can set the resolution of the Math FSC to a certain value such as .0001 or whatever I need?


MET/TEAM Test Equipment Asset Management Software Discussion Group

MET/TEAM™ software is a powerful, flexible, and scalable calibration management software solution for managing your calibration assets. Designed by metrologists for metrology, it is ideal for calibration professionals who need to manage workflow through the calibration laboratory.

What is required to obtain measurement uncertainties in my report?

MET/CAL requires certain information before it can calculate and report measurement uncertainties.  When using an Instrument FSC, the minimum information required can be found in this sample procedure for a handheld digital multimeter:

How do I prevent scientific notation in my results?

Ensure that your procedure code does not make use of scientific notation.  For example, this section of code below instructs MET/CAL to generate scientific by defining the range as “5e4” in step 1.007:


MET/TRACK Asset Management Application Discussion Group

MET/TRACK is the powerful test and measurement database management system that manages inventory, calibrations, locations, maintenance, and customers for MET/CAL Plus. MET/TRACK delivers flexibility, power, and security that is not available in generic database applications. And it supports the traceability and record-keeping requirements of quality and accreditation standards, including ISO/IEC 17025, ISO 9000, QS 9000, EN 45000, ANSI Z540.3, and MIL STD 45662A – without requiring you to write your own programs, setup your own databases, or test and document the system.

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