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large graph data sets in labview

I have 800 tests on each device that I run and I want to be able to trend patterns of these 800 tests for 25 runs.  I want to be able to zoom in and see each test that fails on the graph.  If I use a scatter plot on a graph, the quality of the picture seems poor.  Is there an optimal way to do this with a specific graph type including proper data structuring, queues or something like that so that speed and quality are optimized better?  Any recommendations would be appreciated. 

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A little more information would be helpful. How much data are you aquiring and how much do you want to display? Are you saving this data to a file? Details.

PaulG.

LabVIEW versions 5.0 - 2020

“All programmers are optimists”
― Frederick P. Brooks Jr.
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This data is all read in from log files to be displayed for analysis.  There is no real time display needed.  It would be more beneficial to label the x or y axis with the test run label text instead of a numeric also. 

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