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Analysis: Raw W.F. level vs W.F. level


An X-Y graph of levels on one waveform versus the corresponding levels on another waveform is displayed. The X-axis waveform is selected by the "Amplitude W.F. #", and the Y-axis waveform is selected by the "Second ampl. W.F. #". The parameters "W.F. amplitude delay" and "W.F. amplitude window" indicate a range of points, relative to the point where each Y-axis waveform sample occurs, used to obtain the corresponding level reading on the X-axis waveform. The parameters "Min W.F. amplitude" and "Max W.F. amplitude" can restrict the voltage levels allowed on the X-axis to a smaller range. Similarly, the parameters "Second min W.F. ampl." and "Second max W.F. ampl." restrict the Y-axis. Only points whose X and Y axis level readings stay within their respective bounds will be included in the graph.

 

Key sequence  Parameter Initial Value
<Esc>AGWYR  Analysis method  Raw W.F. level vs W.F. level
<Esc>SF  Run file  ?
<Esc>SRS  Start of run  0 msec
<Esc>SRE  End of run  2.14748e_08 msec
<Esc>SRD  # of deleted sections  0
<Esc>SLWN  Amplitude W.F. #  0
<Esc>SLWRL  Min W.F. amplitude  -80000 mV
<Esc>SLWRU  Max W.F. amplitude  79997.6 mV
<Esc>SLWD  W.F. amplitude delay  0 msec
<Esc>SLWW  W.F. amplitude window  0.1 msec
<Esc>SLSWN  Second ampl. W.F. #  0
<Esc>SLSWRL  Second min W.F. ampl.  -80000 mV
<Esc>SLSWRU  Second max W.F. ampl.  79997.6 mV
<Esc>SLWP  W.F. ampl. as % of max  N
<Esc>SLSWP  Second W.F. ampl. as % of max  N
<Esc>SLWF  Fixed W.F. level bins  N
<Esc>SGR  Regression degree  0
<Esc>SDD  Graph description  ""
<Esc>SDM  Main graph title  ""
<Esc>SDGG  Graph type  Adaptive
<Esc>SDGD  Diamond symbol size  5
<Esc>SDGT  Graph tag symbol  ""
<Esc>SDSA  Auto scale  Y
<Esc>SDSR  Round out scale bars  Y
<Esc>SDSXS  X scale bars  Y
<Esc>SDSYS  Y scale bars  Y
<Esc>SDSXL  Min X  0
<Esc>SDSXU  Max X  0
<Esc>SDSYL  Min Y  0
<Esc>SDSYU  Max Y  0
<Esc>SDTT  Top title display  Y
<Esc>SDUL  Sample units  mV

 


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