Artisan Roast report sheets

Discuss roast levels and profiles for espresso, equipment for roasting coffee.
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Chert

#1: Post by Chert »

Let's just say this roast worked for this coffee ( it doesn't and that is another worthwhile discussion also this is not our chosen coffee, but similar). CareFreeBuzzBuzz suggests a roast report to get the salient details from artisan to PDF or word document. Or to quote
CarefreeBuzzBuzz wrote:Huky Prisoner Exchange Roast Sheet Sample

Note - you need to fill out the Setup tab under Roast Properties, and I would suggest your entire name not initials like I have. I can edit this or I am happy to share the source documents. A word file set up for mail merge and then you take your excel roast report and point to that as the recipient list.

Any data point in Artisan can be used. And there are lots of them. Once you connect Word to your Excel all of them become part of a drop down list. .
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I don't think I fully follow that.

Here' my roast graph:



At my request he made an example, but until I try it I won't get it myself.

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Chert (original poster)

#2: Post by Chert (original poster) »

Here's the Artisan documentation where Michael tackles reports and how they can be generated: https://artisan-scope.org/docs/roast-reports/.
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Chert (original poster)

#3: Post by Chert (original poster) »

I use a Linux Mint operating system. The Libre Office spreadsheet can take the Excel data export from Artisan and show it. Next steps would be to format a document that can merge the selected fields.
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rmongiovi

#4: Post by rmongiovi »

Shouldn't "Tipping Point" really be "Turning Point" since "tipping" is generally the name for a defect?

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#5: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz replying to rmongiovi »

Not if you are drinking whiskey while roasting; said every roaster ever!
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#6: Post by rmongiovi »

... and the truth behind roaster fires is finally revealed.

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yakster
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#7: Post by yakster »

That explains the 100% weight loss.
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#8: Post by Chert (original poster) replying to yakster »

I will definitely need to stay off the sauce when I devise the report from my speadsheet data.
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#9: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

yakster wrote:That explains the 100% weight loss.
Guessing that is because no ending weight was entered in roast properties. I have not looked at the data input from Chert's roast.
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