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lyngby_ui_preproc

(export/lyngby/lyngby_ui_preproc.m)


Function Synopsis

lyngby_ui_preproc(command,parameter1) 

Help text

 lyngby_ui_preproc    - UI for setting up preprocessing parameters

       function lyngby_ui_preproc(command,parameter1) 

       This is the function that controls the user interface for the
       setup of the pre-processing algorithms. The function is
       automatically called from lyngby_ui_main when the user presses
       the 'Data Setup...' button. 

       The actual computations for the pre-processing are handled by
       other files, such as lyngby_normalize.  

       The window handles the choice of pre-preprocessing algorithm.
       The left column lists the available algorithms - selecting
       one with the mouse by a single-click results in a
       description of that algorithm appearing in the middle column.
       If you want to use this algorithm, double-click on it in
       the list box, or click on the 'Setup and Run' button. This
       will bring up a window that's specific to that particular
       algorithm, allowing choice of parameters etc...and control
       of the execution of the pre-processing routine. Help for a
       particular algorithm is provided from within it's respective 
       window. After a particular algorithm has finished and its 
       window has closed, a log entry will appear in the right
       column. This allows you to keep track of several
       pre-processing stages, including the parameters used and
       the order in which they were performed. The log can be
       saved to a file by selecting the 'Save Log' menu item from
       the 'Options' menu (or via the 'Ctrl-L' shortcut). In
       addition, you can clear the log record by selecting the
       'Clear Log' item from the same menu.       

       To view the results of a pre-processing algorithm, press
       the 'View Data' button. This will call up the standard
       triple-set of windows normally used for viewing the analyzed
       data at the next stage. You can then explore the dataset
       thoroughly. Once you have finished, just use the 'Close
       all' button and they will disappear. You can do this after
       each stage of pre-processing if you so wish, keeping
       several sets of windows open at once, allowing you
       to examine how the different algorithms modify the data.
       
       After you have finished all of the pre-processing, click on the 
       'Done' button to close the window.

       You can then move on to the analysis of the your
       pre-processed data.  
  
       Tooltips are available from the 'Options' menu, or via the
       'Ctrl-T' shortcut  

       Your own routines can be easily added-in here. Within the
       code for this window are 3 sections where you need to
       add-in the callbacks for your own code. These sections are
       marked by the lines:-
       % <<<<<<<<<< help text in here >>>>>>>>>>
       with text telling you what you need to do. This will then
       allow you to put your algorithm title in the list box,
       along with its description, and will call the window
       interface for your routine (which I'm afraid you'll need to
       write yourself!). As an example, a dummy pre-processing
       algorithm is included to guide you.

       See also LYNGBY, LYNGBY_NORMALIZE, LYNGBY_PREP_GLOBAL.

 $Id: lyngby_ui_preproc.m,v 1.22 2004/10/11 12:22:16 fnielsen Exp $

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