I have a question regarding the plots that are generated in Paida
I was wondering if Paida does autoscaling as well as makes sure
that the number of samples of data to pixels ratio is always an
integer. This is important when you zoom into the plot or readjust
the plot because then it readjusts the axis to fit the plot. This
ensures that data is accurate on the plot and data is not lost. It
also is an important feature when doing Signals processing and looking
at FFT's and Spectrograms.
I was also wondering if Paida decimates the data
From: Koji Kishimoto <korry@us...> - 2007-08-20 09:52:39
I'm very sorry but would you explain again the meaning of "the number
of samples of data to pixels ratio is always an integer" ? Is it in
the case of histograms plotting or functions (or something else)?