Command DLIVE
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DLIVE

anlx
anly
evtid
/
dim()
window()
replace()
points(1000)
random
nostop
debug

Purpose

Display the coincidence of two event parameters in a two-dimensional scatter plot by marking each event immediately (live mode)

Parameters

anlx

anly

Analyzer identifiers for the x- and y-coordinates. One two-dimensional analyzer may be displayed in live mode. In this case 'anly' as well as the keyword dim(d) must be omitted. If the analyzer(s) are one-dimensional, or if keyword dim(d) is specified, missing analyzers are prompted.

evtid

Qualifier for both analyzers. If omitted, the last specified qualifier is assumed.

dim(d)

List of dimension numbers to be displayed in the x- and y-direction in the case of multidimensional analyzers. If dimension numbers are omitted but required, the user is prompted. Default in batch mode are the first dimensions.

window(w)

List of channel number limits for the x- and y-directions of the segment to be displayed. w=xmin,xmax,ymin,ymax. If a single channel number is omitted, the respective limit which was effective in the previous DLIVE command is taken; startup default and minimum or maximum, respectively, is the corresponding analyzer limit. An asterisk '*' stands for the analyzer limit; w='*' is equivalent to w='*,*,*,*'. Unless in batch mode, limits will be prompted if the keyword is omitted, proposing the limits of the previous DLIVE command or the analyzer limits, respectively.

replace(n)

In a multiple simultaneous live display: Replace live display number n by the one currently specified (see command DLINIT).

points(p)

Number of live points to be displayed.

random

Random numbers between 0 and 1 are added to the x- and y-coordinates (channel numbers) of a live point.

nostop

Option to continue I/O after completion of the live display. Default: stop I/O (except in on-line mode).

debug

Debug switch. Lots of output !

Function

Remarks

The command DLIVE provides a two-dimensional display without occupying any computer storage, i.e. even analyzers without associated spectra (type 0) can be displayed.
A live display will slow down the analysis.

Examples

DL  1  2 
Display analyzer no 1 versus analyzer no 2 in live mode.
DLIVE A
Display the two-dimensional analyzer A in live mode. If analyzer A is one-dimensional, the second analyzer is prompted.
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Last updated: M.Kraemer@gsi.de, 4-Aug-1999