This is just a simple general question. I use Igor for work and sometimes my boss requires me to consolidate all my data (often in separate Igor files) into one; this is particularly the most interesting spectra, etc. By this time however I've put a lot of effort into formatting the graphs. I noticed that you can save a graph but how do you load that graph once it's been saved.
Sorry, this is a pretty rudimentary question. Thanks in advance for any advice.
I suggest the SnapIt package ...
... as a way to save a graph as an experiment and then merge the experiments (graphs) back to one experiment.
J. J. Weimer
Chemistry / Chemical & Materials Engineering, UAHuntsville
Wow, thanks! That was an insanely fast response.
Random coincidences can give a mistaken sense that someone is always lurking in the background awaiting just the right key words for a response. In truth, I am not a bot, I just pretend to be one sometimes :-)
You can merge an experiment into the current experiment. Execute this for details:
DisplayHelpTopic "Merging Experiments"
first save a copy of the graph. Choose 'Save Graph Copy...' save the graph.
Then open the experiment in which you want to import the graph and "press Option (Macintosh) or Alt (Windows) while choosing Open Experiment from the File menu". This merges the graph into the current experiment.
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