Merging types overview
This topic describes the three types of merging provided by Analysis.
Superimpose the contents of two graphs that share a common x- axis. The left y-axis on the merged graph shows the current graph's values. The right y-axis shows the values of the graph that was merged. There is no limit to the number of graphs that you can overlay. When you overlay two graphs, the y-axis for each graph is displayed separately to the right and left of the graph. When you overlay more than two graphs, Analysis displays a single y-axis, scaling the different measurements accordingly.
In the following example, the Throughput and Hits per Second graph are overlaid with one another.
View contents of two graphs that share a common x-axis in a tiled layout, one above the other. In the following example the Throughput and Hits per Second graph are tiled one above the other.
Plot the y-axis of two graphs against each other. The active graph's y-axis becomes the x-axis of the merged graph. The y-axis of the graph that was merged, becomes the merged graph's y-axis.
In the following example, the Throughput and Hits per Second graph are correlated with one another. The x-axis displays the bytes per second (the Throughput measurement) and the y-axis shows the average hits per second.