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EDD/DM User's Manual, 2.4

Chapter 8 Plots

Plots are the most complex but least used of all the objects. They are like monitors in that they display the values of channels at run-time, except that they display the values in graphs. They are unique in that they can be connected to more than one channel, plotting the values of those channels against each other. For more information on the run-time behavior of plots, see Chapter 9.
NOTE: Surface plots have not yet been implemented, though they appear in the plots submenu. If you choose surface plots from the submenu, a surface plot object will appear and will have its own property sheet, so there is no way that you will know that surface plots have not been implemented until run-time when DM will display the following message on the command line when you bring up the display containing the surface plot:

surface not implemented in build.

1. - General Characteristics and Properties
2. - Cartesian Plots
3. - Smith Overlay Plots
4. - Strip Charts

EDD/DM User's Manual, 2.4 - 27 MARCH 1997
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