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Equidistant data

Many modern measurement techniques provide continuous data with equidistant data points. Herein all data points have the same distance according to at least one axis. These spectra have a minimum and a maximum value on the respective axis and a fixed data point interval, which is also called the resolution.

Equidistant 2D Data Example

The following IR spectrum shows the equidistant 2D data object of N,N,2,4-Tetramethyl-aniline:

(Source: S.T.Japan Europe GmbH, Nikolausstr. 125, 51937 Cologne, Germany)