The History Window
As you ring touches during a session, the History window accumulates all the results and presents them in a list (most recent at the top) with a one-line graph of each touch on the right.
Individual touches from the session can be saved to a personal folder, which you can use to show an improving trend over time, for example.
The graph panel on the right can show one of three formats.
- Mean,SD. Shows the same little bar graphic of mean and standard deviation that is drawn at the top of the histogram on the Striking window. Additionally, it draws a rectangle around the full extent of your ringing.
- Histogram. Squeezes the entire histogram from the Striking window into one line, using depth of colour to indicate column height.
- Average Error. This is a single number, being the average amount by which all the blows in the touch differed from perfection. It is probably the most useful of the three as it provides an easy comparison between all the touches shown. It is calibrated in milliseconds so the comparison is meaningful even between, say, minor and maximus.
The Control Panel
The control panel for the History window is empty (apart from a hint about a useful keyboard shortcut), which is why it has not been shown in the image above. It may acquire a purpose in a future release of the program.