Affects: all trace amplitude graphs
When this parameter is set to N, as it is initially, the program searches the "Second trace ampl. point window" (if one is specified) for a maximum or minimum level. This is repeated for every frame included in the graph.
If you set it to Y, then the program calculates the mean of the points in that range instead. For each frame, the reference level is determined first, in the usual way. Then the program takes every point in the "Second trace ampl. point window" and subtracts the reference level. The sum of these differences, divided by the number of points, is taken as the sample value for the frame.
Note that the "Second trace ampl. integration", if set, will override this parameter and the sum will not be divided to get a mean.
|Key sequence||Parameter||Initial Value|
|<Esc>SLSTWM||Average second trace ampl. sample||N|