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en:processing:подсветка [2012/05/03 15:27]
Анна Протопопова created
en:processing:подсветка [2012/05/03 15:27] (current)
Анна Протопопова
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-In older versions of the program, highlighting was carried out as a filter, i.e., data was changed as a result of mathematical processing((for more information see [[..:​градиент]])). Now, there are a separate [[градиент|gradient filter]], and button {{:​processing:​light_3.jpg|}} on the [[панель_инструментов|toolbar]] to the left of the surface image - when this button is pressed, the image is highlighted,​ but the data does not change (i.e., cross-section,​ for example, will have the original height). Highlighting makes sense only on height images - a double effect of highlighting will appear on images of Deflection, Phase, Amplitude and Friction, and you will not see anything.+In older versions of the program, highlighting was carried out as a filter, i.e., data was changed as a result of mathematical processing((for more information see [[..:​градиент|Gradient]])). Now, there are a separate [[градиент|gradient filter]], and button {{:​processing:​light_3.jpg|}} on the [[панель_инструментов|toolbar]] to the left of the surface image - when this button is pressed, the image is highlighted,​ but the data does not change (i.e., cross-section,​ for example, will have the original height). Highlighting makes sense only on height images - a double effect of highlighting will appear on images of Deflection, Phase, Amplitude and Friction, and you will not see anything.
  
 The color scale on the highlighted image is automatically scaled from minimum to maximum. If in the initial data sharp peaks occur in certain points, the image will be pale. The color can be adjusted; for example, you can use option [[..:​Интересующая область|Area of interest ]] - and the scale will be adjusted in accordance with the values of this area. The color scale on the highlighted image is automatically scaled from minimum to maximum. If in the initial data sharp peaks occur in certain points, the image will be pale. The color can be adjusted; for example, you can use option [[..:​Интересующая область|Area of interest ]] - and the scale will be adjusted in accordance with the values of this area.