SAS-SPECTRAVIEW® 9.1 User's Guide
Original Publication Date: 2004-Dec-31
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4 Getting Started 3
What is SAS/SPECTRAVIEW Software? 3
Using SAS/SPECTRAVIEW Software 5
Getting Acquainted with the Interface 11
4 Loading Data 17
Introduction to Loading Data 17
Assigning Librefs to Data 22
Loading the Data 22
Resolving Data Loading Problems 31
4 Adjusting Data with Filters 37
Introduction to Adjusting Data with Filters 37
Using the Filters Provided with the Software 38
Creating and Applying Your Own Filter 42
4 Setting Response Value Colors for Images 45 Introduction to Setting Response Value Colors for Images 45
Setting Response Value Ranges and Colors 47
Assigning Color to Missing Values 49
4 Exploring Data with Visualization Techniques 53 Introduction to Exploring Data with Visualization Techniques 53
Displaying Response Values as a Point Cloud 54
Creating Cut-Away Images with Cutting Planes 56
Viewing a Response Value as an Isosurface 62
Displaying Data as a Solid-Volume Image 64
Rendering a Volume and Saving as a Two-Dimensional Image 65
Animating an Image with a BY Variable 68
4 Customizing an Image 71
Introduction to Customizing an Image 71
Annotating an Image 71
Transforming an Image 79
Probing an Image for a Specific Response Value 81
4 Managing the Software 83
Introduction to Managing the Software 83
Saving a Displayed Image 83
Configuring the Inte...