Decimation is a technique used to reduce the total number of samples. You can use Xviewer to perform decimation on your waveform data files that have the WDF/WVF/ASCII CSV extension format. Decimation reduces the total number of samples by saving one data point for every x amount of data. You will need to specify the data interval.
For example, a decimation interval of "Per1000" means that for every 1000 points of data in your waveform, 1 data point is extracted and saved by Xviewer.
To do decimation in Xviewer, follow the procedures listed below:
For a detailed example, please refer to the attached presentation file.
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