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4.4.3 Trace Allocating
By default all the traces are displayed in channel window, overlapping each other. If
you need to display the traces in separate graphs, set the number and layout of the
graphs in the channel window as shown below.
To allocate the traces in a channel window, use the
following softkeys:
Display > Allocate Traces
Then select the required number and layout of the
separate trace graphs in the menu.
The available options of number and layout of the trace
graphs of one channel window are as shown in section
4.4.1.
Compared to channel windows, number and layout of the trace graphs are not
correlated. Number of traces and number of graphs are set independently.
nIf the number of traces and the number of graphs are equal,
all the traces will be displayed separately, each in its
individual graph.
nIf the number of traces is greater than the number of graphs,
traces will be assigned successively (beginning from the
smallest trace number) to the available graphs. When all the
graphs become occupied, the process will continue from the
first graph (the following in succession traces will be added
in the graphs).
nIf the number of traces is smaller than the number of graphs,
empty graphs will be displayed.
If two or more traces are displayed in one graph, the vertical scale will be shown for the
active trace.
Note The Analyzer offers feature of showing the vertical
graticule label for all the traces in the graph. By default
this feature is set to off. For details see section 8.6.
If two or more traces are displayed in one graph, the markers' data will be shown for the
active trace.
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