FAQ
Can I change the Time Cycle of the Historical Trend Graph?

GP-Pro EX v2.2 adds some scaling features to the the time cycle or x-axis.

First, you can elect to view only a portion of the data you collect (Thin Out Mode). This allows the operator to watch the 'big picture', but if needed, the zoom feature can be implemented to view all collected data.

Secondly, the data can be magnified, stretching the distance between points so that each point is more visible.



Setup Instructions

1. Set [Sampling].
 
   
2. Place a Historical Trend Graph part on a screen and set the following to change the time cycle (x-axis).
   
 
  On the [Display Area] tab, click [Extended].
 
   
  Set the [Thin Out Value] and the [Default Magnification].
 
   
  Open the [Switch] tab and check [Zoom In] and [Zoom Out] if needed.
 
   
 
Thin Out Value

If you set the Thin Out mode, sampling data are displayed after being thinned out based on the Thin Out Value. The Thin Out mode is performed only when the [Default Magnification] is set to [Thin Out Mode] or when the "ZOOM OUT" button is touched while the graph is displayed at the same magnification.

Example: Thin Out Value = 2

- Displaying at the same magnification   - Displaying zoomed out (Thin Out Mode)

Example: Thin Out Value = 3

- Displaying at the same magnification   - Displaying zoomed out (Thin Out Mode)
   
 
Default Magnification
Set the display magnification when the screen is changed.
Thin Out Mode Shows the most zoomed-out graph. The Thin Out feature is performed.
Original Size
Displays at the same magnification. The Thin Out feature is not performed.
2 Times
Displays at a magnification of 2. The Thin Out feature is not performed.
4 Times
Displays at a magnification of 4. The Thin Out feature is not performed.
8 Times
Displays at a magnification of 8. The Thin Out feature is not performed.


   



NOTE

To use this feature, your screen editor must be GP-Pro EX Ver. 2.20 or above.



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