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  • 11/10/2017
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Quantitative Timeline Settings
control the display options and the scaling of the Qualitative Timeline Chart.
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Qualitative Timeline Settings offer the following controls:
Setting
Impact
Time Scale
Display a time scale along the x-axis
Vertical Scale
Show the scale on the y-axis
Legend
Show the legend in the right margin of the timeline
Adjust graphics to legend height
Make the size of the diagram large enough to show all legend items
Frames
Frames outline the bars. The frames become visible only when you zoom in very closely so that each bar is separated from the other.
Grid
Draw the grid on top of the data and align it with the ticks on the scales
Vertical Scaling
Select the mode of scaling: either
Auto
,
Fixed
, or
Manual
.
Specify the maximum scaling value in the manual mode.
Granularity
Define the level of detail you want the Quantitative Timeline to display. It may be either Individual processes/Threads or just top level entries of Group_All_Processes.
Example of using the
Frames
box to outline the bars in the Quantitative Timeline:
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Example of when the
Grid
is unchecked:
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