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For a flexible analysis of a trace file, look at multiple partitions of the data from various perspectives using several charts opened in the same View. A View holds a collection of Charts in a single window. The Charts of the same View use one and the same perspective on the data. This perspective is made up of the following attributes:
  • Time interval
  • Process aggregation
  • Function aggregation
  • Filters
For a detailed explanation of aggregation and filters, refer to Concepts.
A View is a perspective comprised of charts, and whenever you change an attribute for one Chart in the current perspective (in the current View), all other Charts of the same View are changed too.
You can use several Views at the same time, as it is a very flexible and variable mechanism for exploring, analyzing and comparing trace data.
Each View contains the following helpful bars:

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