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Depending on the diagram type in this view a Bode diagram, phase curve diagram or Nyquist diagram is created.

The Bode diagram shows the logarithmic characteristics of the output quantity over the frequency. If a linear progression was chosen for the output quantity or for the step size of frequencies in the parameter settings, then this diagram type is not a purely formal Bode diagram - but drawn is the ratio of output quantity to input quantity (magnitude response).

The phase angle diagram shows the graphically course of the characteristic of the phase angle difference between output quantity and input quantity. In the literature, the Bode plot is often called a combination of both above Diagrams (double logarithmic amplitude response and simple logarithmic phase response). For space reasons, this variant is not displayed on the iPhone. On the iPad, this variant is included as of update version 2.0.0.8.

In a Nyquist diagram you see a graphical representation of the output quantity in the complex number plane plotted over the frequency.

In all the diagrams you can obtain the detailed information on the curve drawn, on the current position via a finger touch on the screen. Tap and drag across the screen to update this information continuously. Read out the detailed info from the floating text or follow the crosshairs pointing to the scale of the axes. Tap the floating text, to turn off the display.

By default, the detailed info in the floating text and the crosshair will disappear after a short time. You can prevent this by double tapping once on the drawing area. The status of this action will appear in the upper right. Then the crosshairs and the detailed info both remain on the screen, if you've activated it with a single tap. You have to turn off the detail display manually that way. Tap twice once again on the drawing surface to restore the default.

The $iPad:iPhone{navigation bar:toolbar} toolbar of the diagram view provides the following


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