mkweight -- Make a simple weight file by marking regions.
mkweight input output
The mkweight task creates a simple, one dimensional, binary weighting file by allowing you to graphically mark out regions to be set to zero weighting. The task specalign uses this type of input to exclude regions.
By default, all regions of the one dimensional data is given a weight of 1. By using the cursor keys, you can mark regions or single points. In the output, the marked regions and points will have a value of 0.
In addition to all of the functions available with the normal "gcur" command, the following key commands are added to mark and delete regions:
- Help: Print the available cursor key commands.
- Apply to All: Apply the regions and points marked in the currently displayed data to all the remaining input.
- Delete: Delete the region or point the graphics cursor is in or near to.
- Quit: Write the marked regions and points to the output file. If there is more input data, display the next set.
- Mark Region: The end point of the region is set to where the graphics
cursor is currently located. When executed the first time, "r" marks
the first boundary of the region and the prompt "again:" appears in
the status line. When executed a second time, the second boundary of
the region is set to where the graphics cursor is currently located,
and a line representing the region is drawn on the graph.
The graphics cursor can be at any location any time the "r" command is invoked. However, if another key command is executed between two "r" commands, the first one is aborted and a new region is started.
- Mark Single Point: Mark the point where the graphics cursor is located. An "x" will appear to indicate that the point has been marked.
- input [file name template]
- List of one dimensional data files for which the binary weighting will be determined. The list is a comma-separated list of file names, or an "at"-file, a file name preceded by an "@" character where the named file contains a list of files names, one name per line.
- output [file name template]
- List of output file names that will contain the weight data. There must be the same number of output files as there are input files. Character replacement is allowed to create the output names.
- (device = "stdgraph") [string]
- The name of the graphics device to perform the plotting and region marking on.
- (marker = "cross") [string, Allowed values: point | fill | box |
- plus | cross | diamond | hline | vline | hebar | vebar | circle]
The type of symbol to use when single points are marked with the "s" key command.
- (msize = .01) [real, min= 0. max = 1.]
- Size of the marker used when single points are determined with the "s" command. The units is in fractional size of the display.
- (cursor = "") [*gcur]
- The input source for the graphics cursor. By default, the display device's graphics cursor is the input. This can also be a text file.
1. Mark a region from pixel 100 to 350 and a point at pixel 475 of a 512 long spectrum
cl> mkweight spec.hhh weight.hhh ... graph of the spectrum appears. ... Graphics cursor is moved to pixel 100 and the "r" key is hit. ... Cursor is moved to pixel 350, and the "r" key is hit again. A line from 100 to 350 is drawn to show the region marked. ... Cursor is moved to pixel 475 and the "s" key is hit. A cross appears at the marked position. ... "q" key is hit to save the marked regions.
2. Mark regions in all the data files matching the template x0l0103*.c1h and write the weight files to x0l0103*_wght.hhh.
cl> mkweight x0l0103*.c1h x0l0103*%%_wght%.hhh