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ANALYSE\MAP [Match|Where|Keep] [/CELL Size_X [Size_Y]] [/GRID] [/NO-
Makes a map of spectra or display the true locations of the spectra.
Offset limits are automatically computed, and it adjusts the size of a
spectrum depending in the current box size. If not in WHERE-mode, the
only constraint of MAP in this mode is that the X and Y limits must be
fixed so that the spectra share a common scale.
To force matching the X to Y ratio, which is otherwise adjusted so
as to make the largest possible drawing. The options control pre-
Only displays the spectra locations with crosses (the marker can not
be modified). Can be combined with MATCH. Global variables idx%loff
and idx%boff contains offsets positions of all entries of the cur-
rent index, and may also be used, with GREG1\ commands (g\limit,
g\box, g\point), to display the spectra locations. In this case, the
marker can be modified (g\set marker).
Will not recompute the grid. Uses the last grid. Can be useful for
The actual graphic output is delayed until the end of the index has been
reached. This process may be slow on some inplementations and graphic
terminals when the number of spectra is large. The MAP command can be
interrupted by typing Control-C.