A file with the CMBL extension is a Logger Pro data file that can contain videos, spreadsheets, and other analytical information.
Vernier Software & Technology's Logger Pro is data collection and analysis software for computers.
It allows you to easily collate the data and measure the readings of the various sensors and equipment connected to the program, increasing productivity by making the process easier.
CMBL files are generally used by students to store data collected by science and math experiments.
CMBL files are XML-based, which means that any free text editor can be used to view them, such as Windows Notepad or NotePad++.
Some web browsers may attempt to open CMBL files as a text file and display it in the browser.
If a text editor or web browser displays the CMBL file in a strange or unreadable format, you can use Logger Pro (you can get a free demo here).
The free Vernier Graphical Analysis iOS app can also open CMBL files, but it may not be able to read all of the information contained in the file.
Be careful not to confuse a CML file with a CMBL file, since they are not the same format, they are not even compatible with each other.
CML files are Chemical Markup Language files, but they are not the same as Logger Pro data files, which means they cannot be opened in the same way as CMBL files.
If you downloaded a CMBL file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open CMBL File on iOS device follow steps below:
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