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Making visualized call graph from Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE results

Some developers like performance data representation in form of “call graph”, where nodes are functions and edges are function calls from caller to callee. Also functions are attributed with CPU time. This way of call sequence visualization is not necessary needed and VTune™ Amplifier XE doesn’t have this graph – there are a lot of other powerful interactive ways to view, sort and filter performance data.

But there are good news for those who likes call graphs: it’s possible to make them from VTune Amplifier XE results. This blog post describes the way how to do it.

Setting Text Size for Intel® Parallel Studio XE Components on Microsoft Windows* Operating Systems

Intel® Inspector XE, Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE, and Intel® Advisor XE use Microsoft Windows* OS system fonts to select text size. This allows the components to automatically pick up any change you make for accessibility or personal preference without affecting any other component user on the system.

 Therefore, changing the text size for the Intel® Parallel Studio XE GUI is simple. Just change the Windows* text size and reopen the component.

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    Intel® Inspector XE 2013

    The Intel® Inspector XE 2013 helps developers identify and resolve memory and threading correctness issues in their C, C++ and Fortran programs.

    New for Update 5

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  • Calculating estimated call counts with Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2013

    When you profile your software with VTune™ Amplifier XE you often start from looking at the top function hotspots list. This allows you to see what functions are spending CPU resources, so you can focus your optimization efforts.

    Function call counts can provide some additional information to assist in further optimization.

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    VTune™ Amplifier XE Call Stack Pane

    The call stack pane is displayed in viewpoints of analysis types that include stack data. It is displayed on the right side of the viewpoint (highlighted below in a gold box).

    call stack pane highlighted in viewpoint

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