There are two modes in observing the data with the change of time. One used generally is History Mode, the trend of which flows from the left hand side of the display window to the right. On the other hand, in Multi-Time Mode, the trend flows from the bottom of the display window to the top. Multi-Time Mode gets activated when using the moving window analysis method, a function to observe the data dynamically. The moving window analysis is explained in Chapter 6. Data Analysis in detail. Please refer to it! In case of multi-channel data, they are displayed as in the drawing shown below, sequentially beginning with Channel 1.
Compared with the other methods generally used for data observation, the time-series data in Multi-Time Mode can be observed very conveniently for the mode allows the user to observe the data with the change of time over a specific time period at a glance. Besides, a pop up menu appears if you click the right button of the mouse in Multi-Time Mode, and by use of this menu it is possible to have the data at a specific time fixed and displayed on the screen continuously, and to change the number of graphs coming into the screen. We will discuss it further on the next page.