I used a Handyscope HS4 by TiePie to measure some data and used the export function to save it as binary files to view later at my desk.
Sadly, I didn't look to SSE how to use these files afterwards before returning to desk, nor did I read the manual to see if I should have saved the TiePie settings files in the same run. It was the first time I used the oscilloscope to save data. I made notes about the settings I used, so I still have hope to be able to use the data.
If I had the TPS-Files (settings files), how are the binary files used after export?
I want to view the waveforms and maybe run a protocol decoder on it. Is this still possible or is all hope lost, and do I need to get new data, this time saved as CSV or similar?
Edit: The files I need to import are waveforms displaying RS-422 communication (one-way). Between 79kB and 500MB in size (one-shot captures and data logs). I have saved in float64 data format.
Sample file (only noise) https://www.mediafire.com/file/irr4gihdw6vfbtf/2_channel_test_data_50MHz_100kSa_200usdiv.bin/file
Sample file waveform https://www.mediafire.com/view/koz6c859ezhh99e/2_channel_test_data_50MHz_100kSa_200usdiv.png/file
I was able to load the file in Audacity, but the vertical scale limit off +/- 2 is cutting most of the waveform.