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Label Editor

The software supports text information stored in labels together with data objects. These labels hold important information, e.g. concentrations used in calibration or sample information. The label editor is used for modification of such information stored in labels for multiple 2D data objects at once.

Simply open all 2D data objects you like to modify and merge them into one data view. Then open the label editor. It looks like this:


The actual active data object is shown in the data view on top of the editor. The table below holds a list of all objects and corresponding labels. Data objects are listed in rows and corresponding labels are shown in columns. Selection will be updated automatically when entering a field for editing.

Paste values from the clipboard!

After adjusting the display options to your requirements, multiple values or ranges can be pasted from the clipboard into the label editor.

Change label display options

To modify displayed labels, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Click the Display Options button to show the Select Labels dialog.

  2. From the list of labels, check those you like to see in the table above.

  3. Click the OK button to return.

Adding new labels

To add a new label to all the 2D data objects, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Click the New Label button.
    The following dialog is shown:

  2. Enter the name of the label to be added.

  3. Click the OK button.

The new label will be automatically shown in the table now.

Removing labels

To remove one or more labels from the list of all available labels, the column must be visible in the table. Please refer to the Change label display options sections for details.

To remove a label permanently from all visible data objects, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Click the Delete Label button.

  2. In the Displayed Labels dialog, check all labels to be removed.

  3. Click the Delete button.

  4. Confirm or discard deletion.

Copy and Paste Clipboard Data

The table in the dialog can be used in a similar manner than MS-Excel tables regarding copy and paste support. Thus information can be exchanged between two applications using the clipboard. There are several Copy and Paste Opportunities for Tables. These operations are further described in the chapters "Tables" and "Copy and Paste Opportunities".

Context Menu

A context menu is enrolled whenever the Right Mouse button is pressed over the label editor table. It shows the following commands:

  • Copy

  • Paste

  • Select All