Pages, Traces, Graphs and Charts in the Postprocessor

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Edition Date: February 2017
Part Number: 375482B-01
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Complete the following steps to add another page (tab) to the Grapher to display traces:

  1. Select the Graph tab in the Postprocessor dialog box.
  2. Click the Add button in the Pages section. A default name will appear in the Name column under the first page name. Change the default name if necessary.
  3. Click the Add button in the Diagrams section. A default name will appear in the Name column under the first diagram name. Change the default name if necessary.
  4. Click in the Type column of the Diagram section and choose Analog graph, Digital graph or Chart from the drop-down list that appears.
  5.   If you choose Digital graph, you can click Digitization thresholds to change the digital high and low conversion thresholds.

  6. In the Expressions available section, select the expression you want to calculate.
  7. Click the > button to move the expression to the Expressions selected field.
  8. Click the Calculate button. The Grapher displays with the results of the calculations.

Complete the following steps to change between a graph or chart:

  1. Select the Graph tab in the Postprocessor dialog box.
  2. Click in the Type column of the Diagrams section and choose Analog graph, Digital graph or Chart from the drop-down list that appears.
  3.   Each chart or graph appears on the page in the Grapher to which it has been assigned.

Complete the following steps to remove an expression:

  1. Select the Graph tab and highlight the expression to be removed in the Expressions selected field.
  2. Click the < button to move the expression to the Expressions available field.

To delete a page, select it in the Pages section of the Graph tab and click the Delete button to the right of the Pages section.

 

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