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 The charts of this type differ in that the X axis always lays time, and the data for the Y axis is selected on the //Data// tab from the list: The charts of this type differ in that the X axis always lays time, and the data for the Y axis is selected on the //Data// tab from the list:
-  * Speed ​​(km/h or mph);+  * Speed (km/h or mph);
   * Altitude (meters or feet);   * Altitude (meters or feet);
   * Engine operation (on/off);   * Engine operation (on/off);
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-You can simultaneously select two points. In this case the chart will contain two curves, for example, speed and engine revs. You can select even more points but note that only two variables can exist in one chart in addition to time. It means if Y axis represents speed scale on the left and temperature scale on the right, nothing can be added to this graph. But if Y axis represents speed scale on the left and consumption by ImpFCS on the right, it is still possible to add consumption by AbsFLS and other methods, since they are all measured in the same metrics.+You can simultaneously select two points. In this casethe chart will contain two curves, for example, speed and engine revs. You can select even more points but note that only two variables can exist in one chart in addition to time. It means if Y-axis represents speed scale on the left and temperature scale on the right, nothing can be added to this graph. But if Y-axis represents speed scale on the left and consumption by ImpFCS on the right, it is still possible to add consumption by AbsFLS and other methods, since they are all measured in the same metrics.
  
 The picture below shows the speed chart combined with the fuel level chart. To receive such a chart, it is required to set the chart type as //Regular// and select the //Speed// and //Fuel level// data. The picture below shows the speed chart combined with the fuel level chart. To receive such a chart, it is required to set the chart type as //Regular// and select the //Speed// and //Fuel level// data.
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 The //Processed fuel level// chart shows the values which are used while calculating fuel level, fillings and thefts in tables. The //Processed fuel level// chart shows the values which are used while calculating fuel level, fillings and thefts in tables.
  
-The chart shows the dependence of fuel level on mileage (mileage/​liters). It can also show the dependence of the fuel level on time (time/​liters)if the //​[[cms/​units/​fuel#​fuel_consumption|Time-based fuel level sensors consumption]]//​ option is turned on in the unit settings.\\ In both cases the chart is processed taking the filtration into account, which is set on the //Fuel Consumption//​ tab (the //Filter fuel level sensors values// option) or in the [[cms/​units/​sensors/​props#​additional_properties|sensor properties]].+The chart shows the dependence of fuel level on mileage (mileage/​liters). It can also show the dependence of the fuel level on time (time/​liters) if the //​[[cms/​units/​fuel#​fuel_consumption|Time-based fuel level sensors consumption]]//​ option is turned on in the unit settings.\\ In both cases the chart is processed taking the filtration into account, which is set on the //Fuel Consumption//​ tab (the //Filter fuel level sensors values// option) or in the [[cms/​units/​sensors/​props#​additional_properties|sensor properties]].
  
-Below are two fuel level charts: the first one is processed (time-based FLS and filtration are on, filtration level is 25), and the second one is not processed. ​+Below are two fuel level charts: the first one is processed (time-based FLS and filtration are on, the filtration level is 25), and the second one is not processed. ​
  
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    - Regular //Processed fuel level// chart represents dependence of filtered and smoothed on the basis of mileage data from time.    - Regular //Processed fuel level// chart represents dependence of filtered and smoothed on the basis of mileage data from time.
  
-These regular charts can represent data only in the //Time/Fuel level// form. At the same time, it is possible to overlay other charts, such as, for instance, voltage chart.+These regular charts can represent data only in the //Time/Fuel level// form. At the same time, it is possible to overlay other charts, such as, for instance, ​the voltage chart.
 ==== Speed/Fuel Consumption Chart ==== ==== Speed/Fuel Consumption Chart ====
  
-This chart shows the dependence of average fuel consumption on speed. The data for it is taken from fuel consumption sensors of different types (such as impulse, absolute, instant) or fuel level sensor, or predefined consumption by math or rates. The corresponding calculation methods must be specified in the properties of the unit in the //​[[cms/​units/​fuel|Fuel Consumption]]//​ tab. +This chart shows the dependence of average fuel consumption on speed. The data for it is taken from fuel consumption sensors of different types (such as impulse, absolute, instant) or fuel level sensor, or predefined consumption by math or rates. The corresponding calculation methods must be specified in the properties of the unit in the //​[[cms/​units/​fuel|Fuel Consumption]]//​ tab. 
  
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