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Right-click on the chart to open the context menu. The context menu adjusts itself to suit the selected entry in the chart.
Intel® Trace Analyzer
Entry
Description
Show All_Processes/xxx in
Show the given profile in a different tab.
Here
xxx
stands for the Function group name
Ungroup
Ungroup the selected group and show the distribution of execution time over individual routines or code regions
Regroup
Restore the summarized display after ungrouping.
To restore the summarized display after ungrouping a number of times, open the Function Aggregation dialog box (
Advanced > Function Aggregation
) and select
Major Function Groups
.
Function Colors...
Open Function Group Color Editor (in grouped mode) or color selection dialog (in ungrouped mode) to apply new colors to functions
Export (Flat) Data
Save the flat profile data in the text form.
In the
Export Text
dialog box that appears, specify the filename or choose the file for data storage. Saving includes all data of the flat profile along with the child processes. The default option is to save them as a .txt file.
Find
Search for a process/function
Chart
sub-menu
Print, save, clone and move the Chart (for more details, see section Common Chart Features)
Function Profile Settings
Set or reset the Function Profile preferences
Close Chart
Stop using the Function Profile
See Also

Product and Performance Information

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