When viewing data cubes, it is necessary to be able to
manipulate the velocity that is displayed. Additionally, the
ability to create integrated intensity images is needed. This
dialog provies many ways these two goals can be accomplished.
- The top slider may be manipulated to alter the center
displayed velocity channel.
- The bottom slider varies the velocity range over which to
- You can also explicity enter a velocity range in the bottom
two text boxes, or enter a velocity and range in the text boxes
to the right.
- The buttons on the bottom of the display offer a quick way
to change the velocity integration range.
**I think the ability to quickly change the velocity by dragging
the slider may be platform dependant - it may not work on Windows
**Also, the integrated intensity images are not truly integrated
intensity, because that messes up the scaling of the image.
Instead, they are really average values, integrated over