[Nexus] Correct way to specify multiple signals

V. Armando Solé sole at esrf.fr
Fri Jan 12 16:41:38 GMT 2018

On 12/01/2018 17:34, Pete Jemian wrote:
> I'm thinking XRF is a classic case of multiple 2-D charts.  Not
> displayed on top of each other, that's a mess.  A grid of 2-D charts
> each for a different fluorescence wavelength.

To me how to deal with those data is the choice of the program.

Unless I have misunderstood your example, that is daily work with PyMca.
Either with PyMca or by our minimalistic silx viewer we can choose to
browse them, we can show them as a stack, we can see them in 3D, we can
make isosurfaces, we can make cuts in depth, ...

Again, if your program only supports one signal, show that signal.


More information about the NeXus mailing list