Pane: Selection Statistics

 

Use Selection Statistics pane to view summary information for the selected objects in the Trace Viewer.

You can select objects in the Trace Viewer in several ways:

Selection Type

Description

Example

Single Selection Left-click on any object in the track
Group Selection Left-click any objects in tracks while keeping the CTRL keyboard button pressed down
Rectangular Selection Press the left mouse button, and drag the mouse in any desired direction to select the required region
Range Selection Press the right mouse button and drag the mouse horizontally to select events in all tracks within the selected range

 

Aggregated Summary table

For all the selected events you can view the following aggregated information:

  • Name - event name.
  • Track Visibility Status:
    • Track is visible on working area - track is opened in the Trace Viewer.
    • Track is not visible on working area - track is not opened in the Trace Viewer. You can open the track by clicking the button.
  • Track - track name.
  • Count - number of events with the same name in one track.
  • Inclusive Time (ns) - total event duration or sum of total event durations, if the count value exceeds one.
  • Exclusive Time (ns) - total event duration or sum of total event durations, excluding duration of child events, if any.
  • Exclusive % - relation of Exclusive Time to Inclusive Time.

Itemized Summary table

For each selected item in the Aggregated Summary table you can view the list of events with the following information:

  • Timestamp (ns) - relative time passed from the beginning of the trace before the task execution started.
  • Inclusive Time (ns) - total event duration.
  • Exclusive Time (ns) - total event duration, excluding duration of child events, if any.
  • Exclusive % - relation of Exclusive Time to Inclusive Time.

Performance Event Details table

Shows arguments for the event selected in the Itemized Summary table. Available for GPU queue packages, CPU queue packets, and VSync events.

 

 

 

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