If you have dataset files loaded and tracks created, your main iCores control window should resemble that pictured below. To plot data, right-click on the desired data file and choose "Graph...". This opens the Graph dialog.
Alternately, you can right-click a section image in the visualization canvas and choose "Graph..." from the menu as seen below:
Select one or more sections and the available data fields will be shown in the "Properties fields" list. Checking a field's checkbox in the "Show" column will plot that data in the main visualization area. To change the color of plotted data, click the field's color cell and select from the resulting palette. Corelyzer attempts to use the same color across all sections for fields of the same name. The "Data Range" column indicates the min/max range of data across all selected sections.
Graph type: Change apperance of graph (points, lines, etc.).
Collapse graphs: When checked, all selected data fields will be plotted on a single coordinate plane for each section (see example below).
Scale min/max: Change the minimum and maximum range of the coordinate plane.
Excluded values: When populated, don't graph datapoints that fall within the excluded range. One or both fields can be filled. When multiple sections are selected, the broadest exclusion range will be displayed (that is, the minimum of minimums and maximum of maximums).
Leave gaps at excluded values: When checked, the Line and Line & Points graph types will not draw a line connecting points with excluded values between them.
In some cases, you may want to expand the vertical size of graph plots, e.g. those with a large depth range. To increase or decrease the graph (vertical) scale, you can first click on the visualization canvas area, and then press '[' or ']' to decrease or increase the graph's size on-screen. A screen capture video of these actions can be found in this link online (size: 2.0MB)