SIGVIEW includes various options for signal displaying. Those are accessible for each signal
window from its context menu or from a toolbar.
Default signal display type (line of single width) is by far the fastest way for displaying signals and
should be used always 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 signal does not have too many values, for example for a probability
Histogram (Min reference): Very similar as Zero reference histogram graphics, but each
rectangle will be drawn from the minimal value of the signal and not from the 0.
Area: With this display option, the area between a signal line and zero line will be filled.
Dots: A single dot will be drawn on a position of each signal value
Show dots option can be used in a combination with Line, Histogram and Area display type to
show dots on samples positions additionally to a standard display:
As a combination with the "Line" display type, a line width can be chosen as single (default),
double or triple line-width.