**Actual Point Count:** Displays the number of data
points plotted.

Defines the polar grid. You can
choose the **Coordinate Grid** (**Polar** or **Cartesian**) and the
**Angular Coordinates** (**Radians** or **Degrees).**

**Fixed Radial Bounds:**
Specifies the region of the polar plot you want to view. When **Fixed Radial
Bounds** is activated, Embed uses the **Upper Bound** value as the radial
boundary.

**Show Axis**: Displays the
axis upon which the polar plot is drawn.

**Show Grid
Lines:** Displays the polar grid lines.

**Cartesian Coordinates
(X-Y) / Polar Coordinates (distance-angle):** Specifies the input type. If you select **Polar
Coordinates**, you can express the angle in **Radians** or
**Degrees**.

**Max Plotted Points:** Determines the smoothness and
accuracy of the polar plot. The more data points you plot, the smoother and more
accurate the plot. However, increasing the number of plotted data points also
increases the time it takes to print and display the plot. Entering 0 plots
every data point. The maximum number of data points that can be plotted is 250
million.

If you know the maximum number of data points you want plotted in all your plots, you can set it, as the default as described under Setting simulation defaults.

You can select both Curve and Compass to plot both the signal trace and the vector.

**Compass:** Plots vector
arrows emanating from the origin.

**Curve:
**Plots a trace of the signal.