# To subscribers of the xforms list from "zaphodb" <email@example.com> :
Evidently my question got lost in the thread on the fselector problem.
So, to give y'all a second chance ... ;-)
No spam intended ....
I've been using the xy_plot routine a lot and only recently I noticed
that when trying to plot a huge number of items in one window,
sometimes nothing is shown at all although it is apparent
that the window is refreshed.
I'm talking about plotting an audio signal as a waveform here.
Another thing of course is that given a specific screenresolution
it does not seem to make any sense to try and plot more points in
a plot than there are pixels. This is also a waste of processing time.
So what I'm wondering about now is
whether someone has (already) come up with some sort of
downsampling paradigm to reduce the number of points to plot
to the sensible number (i.e. hor. or vert. resolution)
(avoiding aliasing of course).
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