Under the File menu at the top of the screen select "Update Session". The file name and all the statistics displayed in the top line will be stored in the Excel file that was selected as your session when you answered the question "Start Session As.." in step 7 under Getting Started. The following are few changes in this aspect as compared to older versions:

  1. If you have drawn several colored ROIs on the screen, but you want to append the statistics from the active ROI only, then turn off the option of "Show all ROIs". The Statistics will not include the data for non-active ROIs

  2. If you want to append data for all ROIs then turn on "Show all ROIs" & then append the statistics.

  3. From version 1.18 onwards we have added the option of working in fast mode while in a session. For working in the 'faster mode' , all you need to do is to go to the next image in the session using the Menu option "Open" (even without manually doing "update"). This will automatically append the statistics for the previous image to the session file & move on to the next image.

  4. However if the user Updates the statistics for the image & then again make changes to the same image, the slower mode takes over which prompts the user with Dialog Boxes letting the user decide the next steps.

  5. The Pause option: This gives the user the option to simply view the image files while the session is in progress without worrying about the image statistics getting appended to the data file. It is like disabling the Session mode without closing the Session. The user can return back to the session by turning off the "Pause". You can find this option under "File" Menu at the top bar.

  6. From version 1.18 onwards, we have added an extra parameter that is appended to the Session file. It is for Image Assessment. This is a subjective assessment about the image that a user makes during the session in terms of level of difficulty in reading the image. By default it is set to normal. It is represented in the Data file as numbers ranging from 1 to 6. The difficulty level is proportional to the numeric value. For example: the 'normal' image represents value 1 in the data file while value 6 is used for the 'impossible' to asses image. This function is available at the top of the Menu Bar by the name of "Image Assessment".