Changeset 3d86118 in sasview


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Timestamp:
Jul 25, 2018 3:58:41 PM (3 months ago)
Author:
krzywon
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master, gpu-options-handling, py37-all, py37-sascalc, py37-sasgui, pytest, simplify-c-build, ticket-1094-headless, ticket-1111, win64bit_conda_vm
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Batch slicer documentation revisions.

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  • src/sas/sasgui/guiframe/media/graph_help.rst

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    321321^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
    322322 
    323 An existing slicer can be applied to multiple data plots by opening the 'Slicer 
    324 Parameters' window by bringing back the *Dataset Menu* and selecting *Edit 
    325 Slicer Parameters and Batch Fitting*. At the bottom of the window, batch slicing 
    326 options are available. 
    327  
    328 Select the data plots you want to apply the slicer. All data plots are selected 
     323A slicer can be applied to any or all existing 2D data plots using the 'Slicer 
     324Parameters' window. To open the window, select *Edit Slicer Parameters and Batch 
     325Fitting* in the *Dataset Menu* (see Invoking_the_dataset_menu_). Batch slicing 
     326options are available at the bottom of the window. 
     327 
     328Select the 2D plots you want to apply the slicer. All 2D plots are selected 
    329329by default. The resulting 1d data for all slicers can be saved as a text file 
    330 and then sent to fitting by selecting the 'Auto save generated 1D' check box. 
     330and then sent to fitting by selecting the *Auto save generated 1D* check box. 
    331331Sending data to the fitting perspective requires the data be saved. 
    332332 
    333333Once the auto save check box is selected, you can select where the files are 
    334 saved. The file name for the saved data is the file name from the original data 
    335 set, plus what is in the 'Append to file name' field. The default value in the 
    336 append to field includes the names and values for all of the slicer parameters. 
    337  
    338 Three options for fitting are available. The first is to not send the data to 
    339 a fit page. The second is to send each slice to individual fit page. The last 
    340 is to send all sliced data to a batch fit. 
    341  
    342 Clicking the 'Apply Slicer to Selected Plots' will then run through each of plot 
    343 and create a slicer for that plot with the exact parameters as the slicer from 
    344 the plot used to open the 'Slicer Parameters' popup window. 
     334saved. The file name for the saved data is the slicer name plus the file name 
     335of the original data set, plus what is in the *Append to file name* field. The 
     336default value in the append to field includes the names and values for all of 
     337the slicer parameters. 
     338 
     339The batch of slices can be sent to fitting if desired, with three options 
     340available. The first is to not fit the data, the second is to send the 
     341slices to individual fit pages, and the third is to send all sliced data to a 
     342single batch fit window. 
     343 
     344Clicking *Apply Slicer to Selected Plots* will create a slicer for each selected 
     345plot with the parameters entered in the 'Slicer Parameters' window. Depending on 
     346the options selected the data may then be saved, loaded as separate data sets in 
     347the data manager panel, and finally sent to fitting. 
    345348 
    346349Unmasked circular average 
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