Replaces all data points with zeroes and the previous data are lost. A dialog box requests confirmation before executing.
Zeros the region within the Zoom frequency limits without changing the rest of the data. Applies to both the reals and imaginaries. The Zoom subcommand ^Z (Control-Z) does the same thing.
Replaces the real half of the data by zeroes. Useful for some types of 2D processing.
Replaces the imaginary half of the data by zeroes. Useful for some 2D processing.
This command zeros all negative data points of both the reals and imaginaries.
The Z subcommand of the View routine will zero all points in the displayed slice. It does not ask for confirmation.
See also: editing 2D data
Last updated: 3/17/02.