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 **Lower and upper bounds** are used to set the limits for input values. Note that the bounds correspond to the half-open interval. In other words, the lower bound is included in the interval of valid values while the upper one is not. In case of receiving values beyond the indicated interval, these values are considered to be invalid. Moreover, depending on the enabling/​disabling of the //Apply after calculation//​ checkbox, the indicated limits are applied to the raw values X (disabled checkbox), or to the processed values Y (enabled checkbox). **Lower and upper bounds** are used to set the limits for input values. Note that the bounds correspond to the half-open interval. In other words, the lower bound is included in the interval of valid values while the upper one is not. In case of receiving values beyond the indicated interval, these values are considered to be invalid. Moreover, depending on the enabling/​disabling of the //Apply after calculation//​ checkbox, the indicated limits are applied to the raw values X (disabled checkbox), or to the processed values Y (enabled checkbox).
  
-Incorrect pairs of values can be removed with the button {{:​icons:​del.png?​nolink}}. To remove all pairs at once, click the delete button in the header of the table. ​+Incorrect pairs of values can be removed with the button {{:​icons:​del.png?​nolink}}. To remove all pairs at once, click on the delete button in the header of the table. ​
  
 A graphic for the created calculation table can be viewed by clicking the //Show chart// icon at the top of the table header. A graphic for the created calculation table can be viewed by clicking the //Show chart// icon at the top of the table header.
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 |  {{:​icons:​area_zoom.png?​nolink}} ​ \\ **Area selection** ​ | When this button is activated, it becomes possible to scale (zoom) any selected area of the chart. To do this, select the appropriate area by holding the left mouse button. The procedure can be repeated any number of times. | |  {{:​icons:​area_zoom.png?​nolink}} ​ \\ **Area selection** ​ | When this button is activated, it becomes possible to scale (zoom) any selected area of the chart. To do this, select the appropriate area by holding the left mouse button. The procedure can be repeated any number of times. |
 |  {{:​icons:​original_scale.png?​nolink}} ​ \\ **Autoscaling** ​ | This button allows to return to the default chart scale. | |  {{:​icons:​original_scale.png?​nolink}} ​ \\ **Autoscaling** ​ | This button allows to return to the default chart scale. |
-|  {{:​icons:​zoomin.png?​nolink}} {{:​icons:​zoomout.png?​nolink}} ​ \\ **Zoom in/zoom out**  | The buttons to scale a chart along the X-axis. Click the button in order to make the visible area of the chart twice as wide/narrow in regards to the current position. Yet the center of the chart stays in its place. |+|  {{:​icons:​zoomin.png?​nolink}} {{:​icons:​zoomout.png?​nolink}} ​ \\ **Zoom in/zoom out**  | The buttons to scale a chart along the X-axis. Click on the button in order to make the visible area of the chart twice as wide/narrow in regards to the current position. Yet the center of the chart stays in its place. |
 |  {{:​icons:​saver.png?​nolink}} ​ \\ **Save as PNG**  | This button allows to save the visible chart area along with the axis in PNG format. | |  {{:​icons:​saver.png?​nolink}} ​ \\ **Save as PNG**  | This button allows to save the visible chart area along with the axis in PNG format. |
 ===== Example 1: Temperature Sensor ===== ===== Example 1: Temperature Sensor =====
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