Channel Display Window

Channel Windows can be navigated using the mouse:

Mouse Command

Description

Mouse wheel

Zoom in/out

Left button + drag

Pan image

Middle button + drag OR Shift + drag

Rotate Image (in 3D view only)

Double click on surface

Center surface in view (in 3D view only)

Ctrl + left button + drag

Move the stage to a new position

(only available after a successful motor alignment)

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Channel Window Controls

A right click in the channel window shows the image tools context window.

Command

Description

Autoscale Contrast

Automatically adjust the channel white/black levels based on the selected image data

Histogram

Show live histogram for selected image

Image Stats

Calculate mean, std, max, min of currently displayed image. Values are stored in base variable ‘ImageStats’

Pixel Value

Show pixel value for selected pixel. Values are stored in variable ‘Pixel’ in workspace ‘base’

Reset View

Resets a zoomed / panned image

Center Stage

Center selected point with stage (only available after a successful motor alignment)

Measure

Perform a measurement within the displayed image. If the stage was aligned, the measurement will show degrees and microns.

Hide Cursor / Measurement

Hide cursor set by command ‘Pixel Value’, hide measurement performed with ‘Measure’

Show Crosshair

Show crosshair in image - useful for alignment

Annotation

Draw shapes over the currently displayed image

Assign image in base

Copy currently displayed image into base variable ‘ImageData’

Save to Tiff

Save currently displayed image to Tiff

Add to Scanfield Displaywindow

Add selected scanfield to ScanField Display window

Set roi as motion correctionref

Set the currently displayed image as the reference for motion correction.

Add roi as motion correctionref

Add the currently displayed image for reference for motion correction

Set roi slice as motioncorrection ref

Set the currently displayed slice as the reference for motion correction.

Enable motion correction

Enable motion correction.

Show motion

Show the sample motion.