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How to get a time window of X seconds

How to get a time window of X seconds

How to get a time window of X seconds

Hey all,

We're running a measurement, force vs time. The time represents the x-axis and my measured force the y-axis. During the measurement the time is "summed" up in the graph, meaning that my measured force values become more and more difficult to visually investigate in my graph. I might want to do a series of ten masurements over a period of 1 minute and I want the time window (my graph) constantly to visualize the force vs time for the last ten seconds of my measurement, not showing data for the entire 1 minute after passing the 1 min mark.

How do you achieve that? We're lost...

Best wishes


RE: How to get a time window of X seconds

Will a trend line (noving average, with sample size = 10) work?

RE: How to get a time window of X seconds

Sounds like you want to use a Chart indicator in "Strip Chart" mode.

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