6 MEASUREMENT DATA ANALYSIS
§The peaks must have the polarity (positive, negative, or both)
specified by the user;
§The peaks must have the peak deviation not less than the value
assigned by the user.
The following options of the peak search are available:
§Search for nearest peak;
§Search for greatest peak;
§Search for left peak;
§Search for right peak.
The nearest peak is a peak, which is located most near to the current position of the
marker along the stimulus axis.
The greatest peak is a peak with maximum or minimum value, depending on the current
polarity settings of the peak.
Note The search for the greatest peak is deferent from the
search for maximum or minimum as the peak cannot be
located in the limiting points of the trace even if these
points have maximum or minimum values.
To set the polarity of the peak, use the following softkeys:
Markers > Marker Search > Peak > Peak Polarity > Positive
| Negative | Both
To enter the peak excursion value, use the following
Markers > Marker Search > Peak > Peak Excursion
Then enter the value using numerical keypad, or «»,«»
To activate the nearest peak search, use the following
Markers > Marker Search > Peak > Search Peak