Zooming, point selection, plot movement, autoscaling, showing / hiding legends, changing graph colors… There are endless options hidden between the right click function on a SoundCheck graph. Check out this short video for a quick demonstration!
Getting the Most from your SoundCheck Graphs
Learn more about SoundCheck Graph Controls
Check out the SoundCheck Manual – the section on common graph controls (section 20.15 in the SoundCheck 21 manual).
Video Script: Getting the Most from your SoundCheck Graphs
Did you know that SoundCheck offers a lot of cool ways to look at data in XY graphs? There are endless possibilities for viewing graph data hidden behind a simple right click.
You can zoom into a particular area, select a point, move the plot freely, and zoom the X, Y axes separately or together. You can also auto-scale a graph.
Using the ‘Drop cursor’ feature you can drop up to two cursors at user-defined points, or automatically at the maxima or minima of the plot. When two cursors are dropped, the lower part of the graph window automatically shows the delta between the two points making it easier to calculate the relative differences in X and Y values.
There are many other options such as view or hide legend on graphs, save the displayed graph to an image file, open or print reports, and randomize and reset plot colors.
This one’s one of my favorites. If you need to copy the image from a graph onto a Google docs sheet or Slack to share with your team, you can do this very quickly with the ‘Copy image’ option, without saving it to an image file first.
You can also use the right click menu to access overall graph preferences so that you can change X and Y attributes, line styles, colors etc.
What’s your favorite graph trick? Let us know in the comments! For more information on all things SoundCheck, head to Listen Inc . Com.