5.10.1 Timeline Graphs

A timeline graph (see figure Example of a Timeline graph) visualizes the occurrence of certain log records. In the figure you can see three timelines: 0, 1, and 2 but you can draw many more. Each triangle and square represents a log record. The lines between the sample shapes are just for better visibility but do not represent any data. At the bottom of the Graph window you can see a legend that displays the names of the analyze functions which are used in the Functions tree.

Example of a Timeline graph
Example of a Timeline graph

In order to visualize all log records of a log file either select the file in the File window or a cell in the FILE column in the Log Window and right-click to open the context menu. In both context menus you select Graph/Timeline/Auto or Graph/Timeline/<timeline number> (e.g. Graph/Timeline/2).

If you want to visualize all log records of all files you have to use the wildcard for the filter expression of the graph.