Use the Annotation tool to add notes to any graph view. The Slope tool is used to find modulus. Multiple methods are available including automatic, chord, tangent, and best fit. Use the Min/Max/Avg tool to find maximum and minimum values. It can also be used to calculate averages of all data between a segment you specify. The Delta tool measures the differences between results. You can find creep by simply choosing this tool and the two points you want to compare. You can compare multiple graphs of your test runs and measure delta and variances between tests at precise points. Ideal for benchmark analysis. Use the OffsetYield Point tool to measure any data point on any of the three graph views. The point may be implicit or may be derived based on another result. For example, you can find the point at 100mS before the point at 100% strain. The Peak/Valley tool is ideal for peel and coefficient of friction testing. Measure the maximum, minimum, average and counts of peaks and valleys. Use the Work tool to determine the energy or resilience from your stress-strain graph. Find break results based on a percentage drop or based on a load rate decrease. Use the Formula Builder to create custom expressions and derived results using algebraic, trigonometric and logarithms. The Offset Yield Point tool is used to measure the yield strength at a 2% strain offset. Shown is modulus at 100% and 150% and the delta between these two measurements. 485 starrett.com M a terial T esting / F orce M easurement