What are Cropster's options to export data?

In this article you will learn about Cropster's export options.

Exporting data from Cropster

On the details page of any SG-, PG-, PB-, PR, QS- and QC-lot, and/or you will find the Export button.

There are several options to export the information from Cropster. Click the Export button and choose your option from the drop-down menu.

Note: The Export button can also be found from our overview pages. For example, the Roasts, and Green Inventory overview pages among others.

Learn about sharing and exporting lot/roast data from the following manual: How to export Cropster data to share lot/roast data with others

Learn about comparing and exporting QS/QC data from the following manual: How do I export sensorial/cupping session data?

The export options outlined below vary depending on which overview page or detail page you have accessed.

Export options

Excel

If you want to structure your information, click the Excel (.xls). Choose the information you want to include to your export before downloading it. Your lot information will be downloaded to an Excel file (.xls) where you can add further information before finalizing it from your Excel-program.

Print full details

Note: The Print full details option is only available for green lots (e.g. SG-, PG-tags) and roasted lots (e.g. PR-, PB-tags).

To learn how to use the Print full details option to export lot/roast data from Cropster, visit the following section from our manual: Using the "Print full details" export 

If you want to print a more detailed view of your lot/roast, use the Print full details option. A window will appear where you can choose the information you want to print.

Quality PDF

The Quality PDF option will export a lot's information, and detailed physical and sensorial data linked to this lot. The export option will also provide a diagram representing the cupping scores per evaluator, and will provide more detailed information for each evaluator than the Quality PDF Summary export. 

Quality PDF Summary

The Quality PDF Summary (similar to the Quality PDF) will export a lot's information, and it provides a summary of any physical and sensorial data linked to this lot. The export option will also provide a diagram representing average cupping scores, and descriptors used across all evaluators.

Summary PDF

The Summary PDF will export general cupping data such as descriptors used, and average scores for the cupping(s).

PDF

Note: The PDF export option is available for roasts (except Post-roast blends) and quality data.

The PDF option will export data depending on what overview page your are exporting from.

If you are exporting data from the Roasts overview page, you will export about your roasts such as the machine, profile, worker, etc. In this PDF export you will be able to see roast curves for your tracked measurements, along with their RoR curves, and recorded roast events.

If you are exporting data from the Sensorial analysis or Cupping sessions overview pages, you will export data (similar to the Summary PDF) about your cuppings such as descriptors and scores submitted per evaluator.

Print

Note: The Print button is only available on certain detail pages, which can be accessed by clicking on the ID-tag you wish to see.

When clicking Print, a window will pop open where you can customize the information you want printed.

Roast curve

Note: The Roast curve export option is only available from a roast's detail page.

To learn more about exporting and importing crc. roast files from a Cropster account, visit the following manual: How to export and import roasts from one Cropster account to another

The Roast curve option will download the roast file in crc. format for the roast in question. You can import crc. roast files from other Cropster accounts into yours, or have other Cropster users import your roasts in their accounts

Generate sample labels (SLIC)

Note:  The SLIC label feature on C-sar is only available to users of Lab accounts.

To learn how to share lot data using SLIC, visit the following manual:  Sharing lot information using SLIC (for coffee traders)

SLIC stands for Secure LInked Coffee. Using SLIC, you can easily share or/and collect information on samples.