In statistics, a moving average is used to analyze data by calculating average of different subsets of a dataset. It is also called a moving mean or rolling mean and is a type of finite impulse response filter.|
Displayed moving averages are calculated by using chart's default moving average algorithm.
Vertical Scale (Linear / Log): Determines if y-axis is shown in linear or log. When set to linear, the graph is plotted against actual values. When set to Log, the graph shows its log scale. Any values less than or equal to zero are not displayed. Log scale values close to zero or less than zero will not be viewed in the graph.
Range Selector (Visible / Hidden): This shows or hides the range selector control. The range selector enables the users to select the horizontal axis to narrow down (and later expand) the analysis horizon (zoom-in and out). Although the range selector appears on the x-axis only, a user can also select the range on the y-axis by clicking the left-mouse-button and selecting his desired range by dragging the mouse.
To reset, double click anywhere in the chart.
Fill Graph (Yes / No): This option enables the user to fill the area under the curve.
Step Plot (Yes / No): If set to yes, the graph is displayed as a step plot instead of a line plot.