Typical plot choices are Complex/Line for Time Data and Magnitude/Bar for
Frequency Data. However these formats and styles can be applied in any
combination to both Time and Frequency Data.
ScopeDSP allows the user more control over "pixelization" than most mainstream applications. Pixelization is defined as the process of somehow combining multiple data points into a single pixel to plot when there are more data points in a set than pixels across the screen.
The plots also support mouse operations. Multi-level zooming allows
close examination of a portion of the data set (which can be used to avoid the
pixelization problem.) Simply click and hold with the left mouse button, then
drag left or right to define a zoomed data range. The demo version allows only
two zoom levels but the registered version allows an indefinite number. Zooming
also defines the current data range of Time
or Frequency Data. Also, clicking on the plot produces a display of the
numerical values represented by the underlying data values.
ScopeDSP's plots are specialized to the needs of the DSP professional; compared to the graphs in spreadsheets, you will find they cut to the chase.
All plots may be printed and previewed in the usual way (Registered versions only.)
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