The data is challenging to organize and analyze however. There are no settings or templates for dual or triple axis data, no format for analyzing ATC emissions and no options for the mice running on that channel. If you go back to the Windows -> Data menu and select the plot option, the data appears in the usual Igor Pro plot view, in the standard window format with the Y axis on the right and the X axis on the left. However, if you clink the y axis on the right, the graph falls into the following criteria:
To view and edit the data, you need to go into the Windows -> Data menu and select the Plot view and then into the Data panel. The same is true for the data window. In the Data panel, double-click to open the data in the Data window. If you double-click any other of the data headers in the data panel it opens the data in the windows previously mentioned (i.e. graph view and data window for viewing and editing).
Note that the data in the data panel is not as useful as normal and you can’t edit it in the usual way. However, if you want to look at it, the data is viewable in two ways in the data panel. To the right of the name for the file, you have a green down arrow. Click on that and will open up the data in the data window as seen below. If the data is displayed in the usual mode (i.e. graph view), when you do this, a dialog box will pop up telling you that the data you are trying to open is already open. In this case, we know that is a standard Igor Pro window, so we will click OK and then close the dialog box. Normally we would then click OK in the data window to close the data, but if we click OK in the data window attached to the window, it will close the windows from the data panel and let you add a message to the data panel. Instead, we will click on OK (this is the red OK button at the end of the menu bar (right far corner)) so that the data panel is closed and the data window is left open.