||Chart menu button
||A drop-down menu which allows you to perform global actions on the chart (see "Chart menu options" below).|
||Show/hide expanded description about each statistic included in the chart.
||Chart area||The area where graphs are plotted.|
|Statistics menu buttons
||A drop-down menu which allows you to manipulate each individual statistic.
||Chart expand button
||Toggle viewing statistics for each component in separate charts.
||Toggle viewing statistics for each agent in separate charts.|
||Zoom||A drop-down menu which allows you to select the zoom level for the chart.|
|Follow||If selected, the chart will "follow" new data points as they become available
0.1. Adding statistics
The Add statistic panel is used for adding Statistics to a Chart. See the Statistics Reference for information about each individual Statistic.
To add statistics, simply drag any item from the Components toolbar into the Charts area. This will bring up a panel similar to the one shown below:
Only leaf nodes (nodes which do not have any children) may be selected. For example, in the example above, the default statistics for "Runner" components are selected. To select a different item, simply click on it. To select multiple items, keep the Ctrl key pressed while you click.
0.2. Chart Menu Options
When clicking on the Chart's menu-button, the following menu is shown:
It allows you to delete or rename the chart. It also contains an option to export the raw data contained in the chart, which can be useful if you want to create your own reports with external tools.
0.3. Statistics Menu Options
This menu allows you to remove a specific statistic from the chart or modify its scale.
To change the scale of a statistic can be useful when different data points have very different values but it is still desirable to see them in the same chart.
When you choose the Scale option for any statistic, you can modify the scale for any statistic in the same chart, as shown in the panel below:
Use the sliders to modify the scales. The scale value is shown in a popup as you use the slider. Click on "Done" when you are happy with the result.
The Zoom menu button is used for setting the zoom level used by the chart.