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In TPT, test results can be automatically assessed by using assessment rules (assesslets).
Manual assessment can be done with the Signal Viewer by PikeTec.
By using the Dashboard by PikeTec you can, thanks to visual feedback, even assess test cases during the test run.
Test cases can be assessed manually by reviewing signal data using the Signal Viewer by PikeTec. Signal data can also be interactively assessed using the Dashboard by PikeTec.
For typical assessments, standardized assessment forms (GUI assesslets) are available that only must be filled.
TPT comes with a powerful Python extension for the assessment of test results.
The Signal Viewer in TPT can handle test and measurement data in different file formats like *.mat, *.mdf, *.dat, or *.csv. Browsing the different data and its dependencies is easy and allows debugging and test evaluation.
The condition tree assesslet is used to check a number of rules and conditions inside a time context, based on a
You can use this assesslet for:
In TPT, a very powerful and flexible script language can be used for the test assessment. With this so-called TPT assessment script, it’s possible to calculate signals deduced from recorded test data, to identify test phases, to assess signals and their dependencies, to document the analysis in a report, and to reuse repetitive assessment rules as libraries.
The TPT assessment script is based on Python, so that besides the
TPT-specific functions, all other Python functions can be used.
Test assessments can be test case specific or they can represent universal
rules that are run in all test cases to observe the fulfillment or non-fulfillment of the rules.