User Guide

  • 2020
  • 06/18/2020
  • Public Content
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Manage Data Views

When the analysis run is complete, the
Intel® VTune™
Profiler
generates a result that is automatically opened in the default viewpoint. The location of the result files is specified in the
Configure Analysis
window.
A viewpoint typically contains the following elements:
Format
Description
Result Tab
This is a container of all other viewpoint elements. This tab has the same name as the
VTune
Profiler
result file. The result tab name uses
the
r
@@@
{
at
}
format, where
@@@
is an incremented result number starting with 000 and
at
is the analysis type.
For example:
r004hs
is the fifth result run in this project and provides data for the Hotspots (
hs
) analysis. The
Hotspots
is the analysis type name.
Hotspots by CPU Utilization
is the name of the viewpoint selected via the down arrow. Use this arrow to switch to other viewpoints available for this analysis result.
Windows
Each result tab includes a number of windows presenting colleted data from different perspectives. Each window has a corresponding tab. To ease your navigation, some windows are synchronized: when you select an element in a window, the same element is automatically selected in other windows of the same viewpoint. The list of windows depends on the selected viewpoint.
Each window has a corresponding context help topic available via
F1
button or icon.
Context help as part of this product help is available on the web only. You may also download a copy of this help from the VTune Profiler documentation archive .
Panes
Each window typically includes two or three panes, such as Call Stack pane , Timeline pane , and others.
For a brief overview on a particular viewpoint, click the question mark icon at the viewpoint name.
All the data views make your analysis more convenient and manageable with the following options:

Product and Performance Information

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