On the active graph board, you can :

- Add a graph
- Duplicate a graph
- Remove a graph
- Update a graph with data coming from another test result
- Update all the graphs of the graph board with data from another test result
- Add in a graph, one or more curves coming from other test results
- Move a graph to another graph board
- Copy a graph to another graph board

You can select a graph with your mouse

- A single click selects the graph.
- A double click maximizes the graph.

You may also jump to adjacent graphs using the arrow keys.

- To plot a graph

- Click the tab with the statistical data that you wish to plot.
- Select the item to be plotted in the tree.
- Select a Graph board.
- Select a location in a
**Create a new graph**panel and click the > button or drag and drop the item or statistic onto the graph panel on the right. - Enter a title for the graph. (For the graphs created based on a template, the graph name is automatically recovered from the template).

Web pages, HTTP requests or Containers can be plotted in the graph.

Use **All pages** for an average of all pages (for one User Path or for all User Paths) or **All requests** for an average of all requests (for one User Path or for all User Paths).

If the selected node is a child of the **Shared Containers **node, the plotted statistics represent the aggregated statistics for all the User Paths that contain that element.

- Information: For more information about shared elements, see
*Shared Containers*.

- Add a curve

- Click on the tab having the statistical data that you wish to plot.
- Select the item to be plotted in the tree.
- Select an existing graph.
- Use the > button or drag and drop the item or statistic onto the graph panel on the right.

Select the graph, use the context-sensitive menu of the mouse, choose:

**Cut graph**: to be able to move it (or**CTRL + X**on the keyboard).**Copy graph**: to be able to copy it (or**CTRL + C**on the keyboard).

Change graph board and move to a blank graph space.

Paste (or Ctrl + V on the keyboard).

This method is used to substitute one or more existing curves, with curves coming from another test result.

- Case 1 : All the graph curves come from the same test result

- Select the data source with the
**Results**drop down menu

- Select the graph in the graph board

- In the context-sensitive menu, choose the
**Update Graph**

- Accept the update

The graph now displays the curves with data coming from the R1-A test result instead of R1-B.

**Case 2 :**The graph curves come from different test results

- Select the data source with the
**Results**drop down menu

- Select the graph in the graph board

- In the context-sensitive menu, choose the
**Update Graph** - Choose the test results to substitute.

- Accept the update

The graph now displays the curves with data coming from the "Data Scenario 2" test result instead of "R1-A".

- To delete a graph

- Select the graph to be deleted.
- To delete the graph:
- Press the DEL key,
- Right-click and select
**Delete graph**, or - Click on the
**X**button.

- Warning: When a graph is deleted, it is replaced by a blank graph space. This blank graph can be deleted if it is not the last remaining graph.

- To delete a graph curve

- Select the graph to be modify.
- To delete the curve:
- Select the element in the caption bar and press the DEL key,
- Select the element in the caption bar, right-click and select
**Delete**, - Select the element in the caption bar and click the
**<**button, or - Right-click on the graph and select
**Delete a curve**.

- Warning: Deleting the last remaining curve in a graph deletes the graph.

The layout of the graphs can be changed:

- To move a graph, it is necessary to drag and drop the graph to be moved to the new position (existing graph or
**Create a new graph**position). - To select the graph, it is necessary to either click on the edge of the graph, or press the SHIFT key and click in the center of the graph.

You may adjust the size of a graph to occupy all the available space, or minimize it.

To maximize or minimize a graph:

- Right-click, then select
**Maximize**or**Minimize**. - Click on the
**Maximize**or**Minimize**button in the button toolbar. - Double-click on the graph.