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I have a graph shown above however I want to adjust the height of the graph (where it reaches -70 @ 20ms) whilst still preserving the general shape of the graph. The problem is that I need to know the values of the data points at every 1ms interval (each square represents 20ms).

Does anybody have any idea of how I would calculate the values? For example if I decided that the peak would be at -80 instead of -70 @ 20ms then it would change all the other data points, but how do I calculate what the new values of the data points for each millisecond?

Is there some equation or graph program that can do this?

I hope I am making sense here, my math skills are pathetic.

Thanks

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# Calculating data points on a graph

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