Inspico High Resolution Analysis
Dedicated Instruments:  Field Ion Microscopy & Atom Probe Tomography

Raw Tab

The raw tab provides some extra information on your raw data. On the left side there are some filtering options that you can choose. On top it shows you the current number of events after filtering and the total number of events. There are 4 different types of filters that you can use.

The data range filter filters the events based on the order that they are recorded. You can choose the percentages on the left and the right or just move the bar in the middle by holding the left mouse button, and the range you chose is what will be kept, the rest is filtered out. In this case, the first 54% of the events are kept.

The voltage range filters event based on the voltage that they were recorded on.

The radial range offers filtering based on the distance of the position where the event was recorded on the detector, from the center of the detector.

The azimuthal uses the angle of the position of the event on the detector so that you can choose “a piece of the pie”.

You can choose multiple filters at once and to apply them press the Apply button at the bottom. The reset button will remove all filters.


The majority of the raw tab contains 2 charts.

 

The button on top allow you to switch between the two. The performance chart shows how the voltage changes over time. The controllers for the chart are on the bottom. From left to right their functionality is as follows:

-        Left most: choose the theme of the graph. This will change the colors of the chart.

-        Second button allows you to switch between a linear and a log chart.

-        The next 4 controllers set the minimum and maximum of the 2 axes.

-        Right most shows the coordinates where of the position of the mouse.

Most of the charts use this same structure. For more shortcuts on the chart check the Shortcuts section of this manual.


The detector view shows the exact position on the detector where each event was detected. The bar at the bottom can be moved to show a different point in time. Every time point contains 3000 events and on the top left you can see the average voltage of these events.

Once a filter is applied both charts will be updated to display the new information.