# Values

Retrieve individual point data on any curve in the active window.

From the 3D Chart ribbon, click the Values tool.

When a point on a curve is selected, the point data is displayed on the panel. Using the Coordinate Info panel you can retrieve data from three curve types: 3D line, surface, and waterfall. The panel options change depending on the curve in the active window.

There are three ways to retrieve point data from a curve:
• Pick a point from a curve.
• Locate a point using the Find point controls.
• Select a point from the point list.

## Find Point Controls

Locate a point on a curve using the Find point controls.

Cross hairs indicate the currently selected data point. Information about the point is displayed on the panel.

When using 3-D line curves, the application centers the row in the table containing the X, Y, and Z values.

Click:
To find:
or
Left-most or right-most end point.
or
Next point to the left or right.
Global maximum of the curve.
or
Next local maximum to the left or right.
Global minimum of the curve.
or
Next local minimum to the left or right.
Next Curve
Corresponding point on the next curve.

## Point Data

Select a point on a surface or waterfall curve to view its data.

If you click a point on a surface or waterfall curve, the Add Row, Remove Row, and Clear Table buttons are enabled if currently disabled. Conversely, if you pick a point on a line curve, the Add Row, Remove Row, and Clear Table buttons are disabled if currently enabled.

Note: The options change depending upon the curve type selected.
Surface Line, and Waterfall Curves
Curve
The name of the curve.
X, Y, Z
The X, Y, or Z value of the data point, respectively.
Slice
The name of the waterfall slice at the selected point (for waterfall curves only).

## Point List

The point list displays the XYZ data points for the selected curve.

Use the scroll bars to view the entire list. When you select a row from the point list, the row is highlighted, the point data is displayed in the fields to the left of the table, and cross-hairs are displayed at the row's XYZ values.

After selecting a row from the table, choose from the following options to manipulate the data table.
Note: The Add Row, Remove Row, and Clear Table options are only available for waterfall and surface curves. They are disabled for line curves.
A row is added to the table and the cross hairs are moved to the next set of XYZ values in the table.
Remove Row
The row is removed from the table and the cross hairs are moved to the next set of XYZ values in the table.
Clear Table
All rows in the table are removed. One row is created with 0, 0, 0 for the XYZ columns.
Export Table
Allows you to export the data in the table to a .csv file.

## Build a List of Coordinate Locations for Waterfall and Surface Plots

1. From the HyperGraph 3D Coordinate Info panel, click a location on the curve.
The values are displayed in the coordinate table on the panel.
2. Click Add Row to add a new set of values to the table.
3. Click another point.
The new row’s values are updated.

## Display Point Data by Picking a Point on a Curve

1. From the HyperGraph 3D Coordinate Info panel, pick a point on a curve.
Or
1. Drag the mouse to scan points along a curve.
Cross hairs indicate the currently selected data point. Information about the point is displayed on the panel.

## Display Point Data by Using the Point List

1. From the HyperGraph 3D toolbar, click the Coordinate Info button, .
2. Select a point from the point list on the Coordinate Info panel.
Cross hairs indicate the currently selected data point. Information about the point is displayed on the panel.

## Display Point Data Using the Find Point Controls

1. From the HyperGraph 3D toolbar, click the Coordinate Info button, .
2. Locate a point on a curve using the Find point controls.
Cross hairs indicate the currently selected data point. Information about the point is displayed on the panel.

## View Coordinates of a Point on a 3-D Line, Surface, or Waterfall plot

1. From the HyperGraph 3D Coordinate Info panel, click a location on the curve.
The X, Y, and Z values are displayed at the cross hair location. The values are also displayed in the coordinate table on the panel.
2. Click the Find point controls to navigate through the curve’s values.
3. Click a new location on the curve.
The values update, based on the new location.