Overwrite

Overwrites the lower curves with the current one. The lower curves will only influence the final result as long as Strength is set to a value below 100.

Add

Adds the current curve to the ones below it. In other words, if at a given location the current curve has a height of 20% and the lower curves have a height of 30%, the result will have a height of 50%.

Attenuate to 0%

Multiplies the curves so that if the current curve has a height of 0% at a given location, the result will also have a height of 0%.

Attenuate to 50%

Multiplies the curves as if the midline was the zero line. In other words, if the current curve has a height of 0% at a given location, the result will have a height of 50%.

Attenuate to 100%

Multiplies the curves as if the top edge of the graph was the zero line. In other words, if the current curve has a height of 0% at a given location, the result will have a height of 100%.

Least

For each point the smaller height of the current curve and the ones below it is used.

Greatest

For each point the larger height of the current curve and the ones below it is used.

Remap Y

The current curve is used to remap the height of the lower curves. For example, let's suppose that at a given point the lower curves have a height of 20%. Genetica would then check what height the current curve has at a position that's 20% along the xaxis and use that height instead.
