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How to: Specify Plot Options for Graphing Counters

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The Plot Options dialog box enables you to change the color and line style of a plotted counter on a graph. You can also fix the range at a specific value or set the range to be automatically adjusted, based on the sampled data.

Plot Options Dialog Box

Plot Options dialog

For more information, see Load Test Analyzer Overview.

To specify plotting options for graphs

  1. In the Load Test Analyzer, click Graphs on the load test toolbar.

    This displays load test results in graphs view.

  2. In either the Legend or the graph, right-click the row or the current plotting line of the performance counter for which you want to change the plotting option and then select Plot Options.

    The Plot Options dialog box displays.

  3. Use the Color drop-down list and select the color you want to use for plotting the performance counter.

  4. Use the Style drop-down list and select the style that you want to use for plotting the performance counter.

  5. Do one of the following:

    Select Automatically adjust range (default)

    - or -

    Clear Automatically adjust range and use the Range drop-down list to specify the range that you want to use for plotting the performance counter.

  6. Click OK.

    The performance counter that you changed the options for is displayed in the graph with the changes you specified.

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