Using TestWorks 4
The top part of the legend lists all the specimens in the sample. Each
specimen listing corresponds to a row in the Specimen Results area. Each
specimen listing contains a specimen icon identical to the specimen icons
found in the Graph Legend panel of the Review Page. For more information
on these specimen icons refer to the “Specimen Icons” section under “Graph
The bottom part of the legend lists the statistical calculations selected to
appear on the Statistics Table. Each statistical calculation listing corresponds
to a row in the Result Statistics area.
The column headers specify which results appear in which columns. Unlike
those on the Results/Inputs panel, these column headers are not used for
sorting, so you cannot click on a column header to sort the specimen results.
This area is not user sortable. You can, however, use the column headers to
resize the column widths. Just like with the Results/Inputs panel, you can
resize a column by clicking on the line between columns and dragging it to a
Some inputs are editable post-test inputs. This means that the value of the
input can be changed after the test is run. Inputs that are editable post-test are
indicated by a small pencil icon beside the result name in the column header.
To edit one of these inputs, click on the value you wish to change. The field
will change into an editable field and you will be able to type in the new
value. When you have finished typing the new value, press the enter key or
click somewhere else on the table. Any calculations that depend on the value
of this input will be recalculated automatically.
Occasionally, you might see a result value that consists of four asterisks
(****) rather then a number. This means that there is no data for that value.
This will be the case if a formula has not been or cannot be calculated. For
example, if you have a standard deviation displayed in the Result Statistics
area and have only one specimen in the sample, **** will be displayed for
all standard deviation values because you must have at least two specimens
to calculate standard deviation.
You can choose which statistical calculations appear in the Result Statistics
area of the Statistics Table. To do this, click in the Configure menu and
choose Statistics or right-click on the Result Statistics area and choose
Configure Statistics from the pop up menu. (This is the only item in the pop
up menu.) Either way, you will be presented with the Statistics Selection
Dialog as displayed on the following page.