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When I have the temporal alignment on it is still not accurate in the alignment of the cells between columns. When I am visually scanning for reliability it looks like the offsets are really different, but if you look at the offset they are within a few 100ths of a second. In other locations it looks like the offsets are very close to each other, but the offsets are a full second off. This makes it really difficult to scan the sheet to review the relationship between columns.

Any suggestions on how to fix this?

asked 28 May '15, 15:40

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Datavyu uses Weak Temporal Alignment which means that it can portray the sequence of events, events that co-occur, and events that overlap in time.

It does not have Strong Temporal Alignment which would portray all cells in proportion to each other. If Datavyu had Strong Temporal Alignment, the spreadsheet would be extremely long and would be very difficult to use. For example, looking across columns on a screen might mean only being able to see cells that represent a few seconds of an hour long video.

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answered 28 May '15, 16:09

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