This section will explain what a Graph is and how to use a Graph.
A GRAPH is a way of showing data in different formats like a Line Graph, Bar Graph or Systray icons. The Graph will be another window seperate from the main Conrtol Panel. To change the settings for a Graph you will need to go to the Control Panel and select the Graph you wish to change. The Graph in the main Control Panel can be found on the far left hand list, and it will be one of the parent items in that list (parent meaning that it has children under it which are indented slightly to the right).
The settings for each Graph can be set inside of the Settings Panel on the right side on the Control Panel. A Graph can contain multiple Nodes (data lines) within it. It would be very wise to ensure that each Node contained in a Graph is of the same data type, so you don't end up trying to read the Graph with one line as a percent and the other line as bps.
The amount of Graphs that you can use is determined by the version of Speed Test that you have purchased. Please see the Pricing page for more details.
When changing from Systray icons or bar graph to the line graph, you will see a message appear on the Control Panel, just under our logo that will tell you that it is redrawing the graph. Pleasw be patient as this may take some time depending on the speed of your computer, the size of the graph and the amount of data it needs to redraw.
The data type represented within a Graph is always determined by the first Node listed under the Graph in the Control Panel. Be sure to keep all Nodes using the same data type to ensure ease in reading your graph.
Each Graph allows you full control of how you would like to view the data results. Each Graph type is a little different. Please see the following to learn more about each type of Graph.
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