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6MEASUREMENT DATA ANALYSIS
6.1 Markers
A marker is a tool for numerical readout of a stimulus value and value of the measured
parameter in a specific point on the trace. You can activate up to 16 markers on each
trace. See a trace with two markers in figure 6.1.
The markers allow the user to perform the following tasks:
§Reading absolute values of a stimulus and a measured parameter in
selected points on the trace;
§Reading relative values of a stimulus and a measured parameter related
to the reference point;
§Search for specific points on the trace (minimum, maximum, target
level, etc);
§Determining trace parameters (statistics, bandwidth, etc);
§Editing stimulus parameters using markers.
Figure 6.1
Markers can have the following indicators:
1
Ñ symbol and number of the active marker on a trace,
D
2
symbol and number of the inactive marker on a trace,
symbol of the active marker on a stimulus axis,
D symbol of the inactive marker on a stimulus axis.
The marker data field contains the marker number, stimulus value, and the measured
parameter value. The number of the active marker is highlighted in inverse color.
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