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  1. View
    1. Toolbars
      1. 2D XY-Plane viewer
      2. Shadow
      3. 2D Analysis
    2. Status Bar
    3. Label visibility
    4. Reset
    5. Zoom
      1. 400%
      2. 200%
      3. 100%
      4. 50%
      5. 20%
    6. Rotate
      1. Right
      2. Left
    7. Flip
      1. Vertical
      2. Horizontal
    8. Zoom in
    9. Zoom out

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表示

Toolbars


2D XY-Plane viewer


Overview
You can show or hide the scroll bar in 2D XY-Plane viewer.

Z軸

The colors of the scroll bars show the cross-sections. Blue one shows X axis, Green one shows Y axis, and Red one shows Z axis.

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Shadow


Overview
You can see through the curves in front and behind.

シャドウ

Detail
The curves which are located in next to the current image are showed lightly.
The opacity of the curves is getting higher, closer to the currently displayed slice.
You can designate the range of displaying from -20 to 20. So you can see the curves which are located in previous or next to the slice up to 20.

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2D Analysis


Overview
You can get the analysis report about the curves.

解析

Detail
You can get the analytic graph of the curves.
The analytic information are perimeter of the curve, area, surface area, volume, pixel value, count, average, variance and deviation.
For more information, read this.

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Status Bar


Overview
You can show or hide the status bar.

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Label visibility


概要
ラベル毎に、カーブの表示/非表示を設定します。

label visibility

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Reset


Overview
You can restore the view settings to the default.

Detail
You can reset the operations for the image like zoom, flip and rotate. So you can get the default state.

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Zoom


400%


Overview
You can see the image with magnified to 400% from the original size.

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200%


Overview
You can see the image with magnified to 200% from the original size.

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100%


Overview
You can see the image as same as the original size.

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50%


Overview
You can see the image with reduced to 50% from the original size.

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20%


Overview
You can see the image with reduced to 20% from the original size.

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Rotate


Right


Overview
You can see the current image with 90 degrees clockwise rotated.

Detail
You can see the current image with 90 degrees clockwise rotated.
By repeating this operation, the image is rotated 90-degrees-clockwise correspondingly.

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Left


Overview
You can see the current image with 90 degrees counterclockwise rotated.

Detail
You can see the current image with 90 degrees counterclockwise rotated.
By repeating this operation, the image is rotated 90-degrees-counterclockwise correspondingly.

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Flip


Vertical


Overview
You can see the image with vertically flipped.

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Horizontal


Overview
You can see the image with horizontally flipped.

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Zoom in


Overview
You can see the image with enlarged by 10%.

Detail
You can see the enlarged image view.
By repeating the operation "Zoom in", the view is getting larger.

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Zoom out


Overview
You can see the image with reduced by 10%.

Detail
You can see the reduced image view.
By repeating the operation "Zoom out", the view is getting smaller.
The smallest scale is 30%. So you cannot reduce smaller than it.

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