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— updated 2019-02-28

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Herbalists' BootCamp
Beginner Tutorial #7-supplement:   AutoSage-TCM reports are emailed to users as ZIP files

by Roger W. Wicke, Ph.D.
These BootCamp tutorials will help you get started using the HerbalThink-TCM software, ensure it is installed correctly, demonstrate how to use important features and modules, and teach you basic principles of Chinese herbology that you can begin applying practically. Successful completion of this series is required for all applicants to the RMHInet brainstorming network and to our professional courses.

Copyright ©2016-2019 by RMH-Publications Trust; all rights reserved.

Jump to another tutorial in this sequence:
#1: Introduction, Download #2: Setup and Documentation #3: Self-Study Reference #4: Herbal Tutor #5: Pulse Simulator #6: CaseQuery #7: AutoSage-TCM #8: Completing member/admission requirements

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Tutorial #7-supplement:   AutoSage-TCM reports are emailed to users as ZIP files

AutoSage-TCM analysis reports are emailed to users in the form of  .ZIP  files. You open them the same way that you opened the ZIP file for original HerbalThink-TCM software package. See below for instructions:

  • Mac OS X:   Double-click to decompress/extract.
  • Windows:   Warning: Although Windows allows you to navigate the contents of a ZIP file without decompressing/extracting it, avoid this temptation here. To become fully functional, it must be fully decompressed.
    • Right-click on the downloaded file, then select the command  Extract All…  or other ZIP unarchiving utility from the popup menu; then specify where you want the decompressed/extracted folder to be saved.
    • If you have decompressed the ZIP folder successfully, the decompressed folder should be identified by type =  File folder .
  • Linux:   Right-click, then select  Archive Manager ,  Extract To… ,  Extract… , or other ZIP unarchiving utility from the pop-up menu. Then, specify where you want the decompressed/extracted folder to be saved.

 
Following is an example of the typical contents of an AutoSage-TCM analysis folder:

  • 2019_RS_C142__20190225-171251   — enclosing folder name (case= 2019_RS_C142 ; dateAndTimeOfAnalysis= 20190225-171251 ).   Folder contents:
    • 2019_RS_C142.caseq   — the original CaseQuery symptom-data file that was analyzed.
    • report-main.html   — the main AutoSage-TCM report file — open this file in your default browser (Safari, InternetExplorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Vivaldi, etc.)
    • subdocs   — folder containing misc. AutoSage-TCM report data and graphics files. (You will never need to access any of these files directly.)




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