A single bin is set up for each trace in the "Trace # list". All frames in the "Frame list", which fall in the range to be analysed, are added in to obtain a single average for each trace. Deleted frames, and frames whose tag values are not in the "Tag list" are excluded.
This analysis method can also be used to view raw traces; just set the "Frame list" to select a single frame, and set the "Trace # list" to select the traces you want to see. The traces are shown in numerical order, and any repetitions in the list are ignored.
If your current run is a run of already averaged data, you can still perform this averaging. The total number of sweeps shown takes into account the number of sweeps already averaged into each frame in the run. The "Start of run" and "End of run" parameters have no effect here, since frames of averaged data have no inherent "time of occurrence."
|Key sequence||Parameter||Initial Value|
|<Esc>ATF||Analysis method||Trace averaging by frame list|
|<Esc>SRS||Start of run||0 msec|
|<Esc>SRE||End of run||2.14748e_08 msec|
|<Esc>SRD||# of deleted sections||0|
|<Esc>SCID||Phase selection delay||0 msec|
|<Esc>SCIW||Phase selection window||0.1 msec|
|<Esc>SATT||Trace # list||All|
|<Esc>SAP||Preview averaged data||N|
|<Esc>SDSXS||X scale bars||Y|
|<Esc>SDSYS||Y scale bars||Y|
|<Esc>SDTR||Display relative levels||N|
|<Esc>SDTS||Display std dev||N|
|<Esc>SDTT||Top title display||Y|