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Download our full user manual for an overview and instructions on the features in Spectral Analysis.
Select a region for data analysis.
Analyze a selection of your data.
Analyze data in the region defined by the graph’s x-axis range.
Note: Data having x-coordinates within the graph’s x-range will be included in the analysis even if they are not plotted on the graph.
Find the mean, standard deviation, minimum, and maximum values of the data.
Note: You can also calculate statistics for a portion of the data by first selecting a region.
Add or remove the columns of data plotted on any graph.
Note: When the data column upon which the calculated column is based is plotted, the graph will update to show the new calculated column instead.
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