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Data masks - DatLab



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Description

DatLab 8: The data mask is a type of mark that allows hiding/showing a section of data points in any of the plots.

DatLab 7 : Delete/Interpolate/Restore points

Abbreviation: Ctrl+M

Reference: MitoPedia: DatLab


Last update: 2024-06-27
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The Data masks allows hiding/showing a section of data points in any of the plots.To mark a section where the data points should be hidden, select the corresponding plot in one of the graphs, press Ctrl+Shift+left click at the chosen starting time point and drag the cursor over the section to be marked. The trace is then no longer displayed in this section of the plot and a grey bar at the bottom of the graph marks the section where the data points are hidden. This is useful, for example, to remove any titration artifact in the plots of flux and have a more clear figure of the trace. When setting this mark, the Data masks window pops up with information about it.
After being set, these marks can be further managed by editing the information related to them in the Data mask window, which can be opened also by left clicking on the grey bar that identifies the marks. By right clicking on the gray bar of the mark, the section with hidden points can be increased or decreased by dragging one of the edges of the mark (Start dragging).



MitoPedia O2k and high-resolution respirometry: DatLab 

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