[time-nuts] Cross-Correlation Results
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Sun Aug 5 21:30:02 EDT 2012
On 08/05/2012 02:23 PM, John Miles wrote:
>> Yup... I'm still playing with the screenshots from TimeLab; on my machine by
>> default they come out at 13xx pixels wide, and I usually size to about 700
>> wide for web display. As an experiment, I tried using the "WIDTH" and
>> "HEIGHT" options in the IMG SRC tag, setting to a percentage rather than
>> absolute pixels. Apparently that doesn't work so well...
> What I always do is just resize the TimeLab window to be legible, then post the img src link without any extra scaling. That works well, as long as you turn off any unnecessary fields in the legend table to keep the window width reasonable.
> How to present measurement results on a Web page is an interesting problem, one that hasn't really been solved yet. Kind of ironic since that was the whole idea behind the WWW in the first place...
There... GNUPLOT does it:
Try the plot out (notice the confidence bounds!) as you can zoom it pick
values and read them out etc.
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