The 1D-Spectrum Display Window
This window displays the real or imaginary part of the resulting 1D spectrum.
- Integral value: Displays the integral of the spectrum between the two selected points.
- Nearest point: Coordinates of the point in the spectrum nearest (in its x-coordinate) to the mouse-clicked point. This nearest point is also indicated with an asterisk (see 19).
- Close button: Click to close the window.
- ppm/Hz toggle: Toggle between the Hz and ppm units for the frequency axis.
- Linear/Dotted toggle: Toggle between spectrum representation as a line or as a set of points.
- Display the full spectrum.
- Phase Corr: Click to activate or turn off the phase correction mode (see the example below).
- Integrate: Click to integrate the selected area in the spectrum and display the results (1).
- Clear: Click to clear the point selection buffer (18).
- Divide by 2: Click to decrease the displayed spectrum by a factor of 2.
- Magnify in Y: Magnify the displayed spectrum in the vertical direction: the displayed region of the spectrum is determined by the the highest and the lowest y-coordinates of the two selected points will be displayed.
- Multiply by 2: Click to multiply the displayed spectrum by a factor of 2.
- Magnify in X: Magnify the displayed spectrum in the horizontal direction: only the region of the spectrum between the two selected points in the X-direction will be displayed.
- Right Shift: Shift the spectrum to the right by the length of the displayed window (or up to the right edge, whichever is closer).
- Expand Spectrum: Expand the displayed region of the spectrum in the X-direction by a factor of 2 or till the edges are reached.
- Left Shift: Shift the spectrum to the left by the length of the displayed window (or up to the left edge, whichever is closer).
- Shrink Spectrum: Expand the displayed region of the spectrum in the X-direction by a factor of 2 or till the edges are reached.
- Selected Points (Coordinates): Displayed are coordinates of the last two selected points (coordinates of points where you clicked with the mouse).
- Selected Points (Display): Mouse-selected points are visualized: Positions of the mouse clicked points are indicated with a plus ("+") (see also (18)), while the actual data point nearest to the last selection in the X-coordinate (see also (2)) is indicated with an asterisk.
Phase Correction Mode
Linear Phase Correction: PHC0 and PHC1 are the zero- and first order parameters, respectively.
- Apply Phase Correction: Apply the linear phase correction specified by the parameters (24),(25) and display the resulting spectrum.
- Restore Phase Correction: Read in (restore) the phase correction parameters from the Experimental Setup Window, apply them to spectrum, and display the resulting spectrum.
- Accept Phase Correction: Accept current phase correction parameters (24) and (25) and write/insert them in the corresponding edit boxes in the Experimental Setup Window. Previous (old) parameters will be lost.
- PHC1 Slider: This slider allows alteration of the first-order phase correction parameter (PHC1) using mouse.
- PHC1 Edit Box: Displays current PHC1 value and allows the user to enter the desired value of PHC1 from the keyboard.
- PHC0 Slider: This slider allows alteration of the zero-order phase correction parameter (PHC0) using mouse.
- PHC0 Edit Box: Displays current PHC0 value and allows the user to enter the desired value of PHC0 from the keyboard.
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