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Hello,

I tried to save a SPL logger session.

The data looks like this :
SPL log data saved by REW V5,01
Soundcard cal: UAX220v2.cal
Mic/meter cal:
SPL cal offset: 128.48956966400146 dB
High Pass Filter: On
Date: 8 mars 2012 00:01:34
Start: 1331161294521
Log length: 291 entries over 49,7s
Log interval: 0.17066666666666666 seconds

Time LAS LASMin LASMax LZpeak LAeq LAE
0,171 -88,0 -88,8 -88,0 -63,9 -86,2 -93,9
0,341 -88,5 -88,8 -88,0 -63,9 -88,0 -92,6
0,512 -88,9 -88,9 -88,0 -63,9 -88,9 -91,8
0,683 -89,2 -89,2 -88,0 -63,9 -89,4 -91,1
0,853 -89,4 -89,4 -88,0 -63,9 -89,8 -90,5
1,024 -89,6 -89,6 -88,0 -63,9 -90,1 -90,0
1,195 -89,7 -89,7 -88,0 -63,9 -90,3 -89,5
1,365 -89,8 -89,8 -88,0 -63,9 -90,5 -89,1
1,536 -89,8 -89,8 -88,0 -63,9 -90,6 -88,8
1,707 -89,9 -89,9 -88,0 -63,9 -90,7 -88,4
1,877 -89,9 -89,9 -88,0 -63,9 -90,8 -88,1
2,048 -89,9 -89,9 -88,0 -63,9 -90,9 -87,8
2,219 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -90,9 -87,5
2,389 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,0 -87,2
2,560 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,0 -87,0
2,731 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,1 -86,7
2,901 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,1 -86,5
3,072 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,2 -86,3
3,243 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,2 -86,1
3,413 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,2 -85,9
3,584 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,2 -85,7
3,755 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,3 -85,5
3,925 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,3 -85,3
4,096 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,3 -85,2
4,267 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,3 -85,0
4,437 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,3 -84,9
4,608 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,3 -84,7
4,779 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,4 -84,6
4,949 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,4 -84,4
5,120 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,3 -84,3
5,291 -90,0 -90,0 -88,0 -63,9 -91,3 -84,1



When I try to load the data again the display is empty, I guess this is probably caused by the negative data.

What should I do about that ?

Thanks in advance !
 

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It is a bug unfortunately, the data is being saved without the SPL cal offset figure added in. That bug has been fixed for the next release, but the timing of that is uncertain. A possible workaround would be to load the data into Excel, add the SPL offset value to everything except the time and then export it from Excel again (or just view it in Excel).
 
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