Click on the turtle of the rabbit on the Toolbar to decrease or increase the animation speed
During sweep animation, the animation speed is controlled by how many samples of data are skipped or interpolated between
For a speed of 1, every sample of data is displayed during a sweep
For a speed of 2, every other sample is displayed, for a speed of 3, every third sample is displayed, and so on
For a speed less than 1, shape values are calculated using linear interpolation between adjacent samples of data
For a speed of 0.5, one interpolated value is calculated using half of the values at adjacent samples, for a speed of 0.33, two interpolated values are calculated, and so on.
During sine dwell animation, the animation speed is controlled by using a different number of sine values per cycle of animation.
For a speed of 4, four sine values per cycle is used
For a speed of (N>4), N sine values per cycle are used