[time-nuts] Scaling screen shots, was, Cross-Correlation Results
max at maxsmusicplace.com
Sun Aug 5 21:53:57 EDT 2012
I load screen shots into Corel Photo Paint 8 and resample the image to a
good size for a web page somewhere between 600 and 800 pixels horizontally.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Magnus Danielson" <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org>
To: <time-nuts at febo.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 05, 2012 8:30 PM
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Cross-Correlation Results
> 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
>>> 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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