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Multiple manual scales for multiple waveforms on one graph in VIEW panel.

Hello ALL,

 

there is only one manual scale to be set in a 2D graph in VIEW Panel. It would be a great idea if setting manual scales would allow you to set seperate scales for seperate plots on one graph.

 

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Thanks, Piotr

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Member MarcusP
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Member MarcusP
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Status changed to: Completed

Hello Piotr,

 

The feature you requested has been realized in DIAdem 2014. Follow these steps to make use of it:

 

  • In a VIEW 2D chart in DIAdem 2014 choose "n Y-Axes [Linear]" for the Y-Axis type to display an individual axis for each curve.
  • Open the "Display..." dialog to access the parameters of the chart
  • In the dialog check the scaling item "Curve related" to display the additional "Scaling" column in the curve list
  • To define an individual scaling for a curve choose "Edit..." from its scaling drop down box. This opens a new dialog which allows you to define a number of named manual scalings. Press OK to confirm your definitions.
  • Each of these named scalings can now be selected for each of the curves in your chart. Selecting the same scaling for multiple curves results in them sharing the same y-axis

Thanks,

Marcus