Signal Display Options
SIGVIEW includes various options for signal displaying. Those are accessible for each signal window from its context menu or from the toolbar.
Default signal display type (line of single width) is by far the fastest way for displaying signals and should always be used if speed is important.
There are 4 different display types:
Line: Signal will be shown as a line connecting actual signal values.
Histogram (Zero reference): For each signal value, a vertical rectangle will be drawn starting on the value of 0. This is useful if the signal does not have too many values, for example, in a probability distribution graph.
Histogram (Min reference): Very similar to zero reference histogram graphics, but each rectangle will be drawn from the minimal value of the signal and not from the zero.
Area: With this display option, the area between the signal line and zero line will be filled.
Dots: A single dot will be drawn on the position of each signal value
The Show dots option can be used in combination with Line, Histogram and Area display type to show dots on sample positions, in addition to a standard display:
As a combination with the "Line" display type, a line width can be chosen as a single (default), double or triple line-width.