Setting Data to Void

07.02.2018
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Setting Data to Void

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Setting Data to Void

To make the Y value under the active cursor void:

1.Set the cursor to the point on the curve whose Y value you want to make void.

2.Open the list box and click Cursor[Edit] > Set Value and choose the command Void Value.

3.In the dialog box that appears, enter a new Y value in the physical unit of the data upon which the curve is based.

To make the Y values of all data between the cursors void:

1.Set both cursors on the left and right edge of the area whose Y values you want to make void.

2.Open the list box and click Cursor[Edit] Set Range and choose the command Void Range.

3.In the dialog box that appears, enter a new Y value in the physical unit of the data upon which the curve is based.

Note:   You can only manipulate data directly if the curve is based on a data set and not on a formula. If the curve is based on a formula, you first have to convert it into a data set.

The manipulation takes place directly in the data set and cannot be undone..

See Also

Analyzing Data with Cursors

Void Values

Editing Data

Interpolating Data

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