If you have selected more than one channel, the PLOT
HEIGHT option allows you to divide up the vertical screen area among the different channels
according to your own preferences. For example, you can show some
channels in large vertical scale and others in much smaller scale.
Note that because there is a fixed amount of screen space available, making
a channel larger than normal requires shrinkage of other channels:
To set channel heights, move the cursor up and down within the simulated plot area
until it is at the desired height, then click. The program steps through
the channels in sequence. When all channels are complete, you can
accept the results, use normal values (all channels with equal heights),
or redo the selection.
The program always reserves a minimum amount
of space for any remaining channels (20 pixels high). Channel heights
do not affect other aspects of the data acquisition process.