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LiveCalc
With LiveCalc you can add 5 independent continuous consecutive calculations to your spectra. The calculations will be updated every time the source plots change.
The top calculation will be performed first, then the second one, etc. You can choose a destination plot of one calculation as the source plot for a calculation underneath it.
As soon as you click apply, your settings will be active. They will remain active when you close the LiveCalc window. To deactivate an active calculation, open the LiveCalc window again, uncheck the active checkboxes and click apply.
If you choose a destination plot that already
exists, it will be overwritten without warning.
If LiveCalc becomes too slow
During interactive modes like drag plot LiveCalc can become slow for two reasons:
Your data sets are very large, or
Your data sets are subtracted from / multiplied with each other and they are not equal in length (which means that the X values of the data points of the two plots are not directly above each other, for example because you are dragging/multiplying one of the plots over the X axis)
To speed things up you can
Deselect "update during drag". With this off, LiveCalc plots are only updated after you have released the mouse, not during dragging itself.
If your data sets are not equal in length, insert one of the Resample to source plot calculations before the Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide calculations. If two data sets are added, subtracted, multiplied or divided with each other, they will be resampled on-the-fly when they are not equal in length. This on-the-fly resampling is a lot slower than the dedicated resampling routine.