y=x_x y=x_y y=5_x y=5_y //A list of X and Y values are needed.
1 1.1 1 5e0 //The X and Y values are defined as *_x and *_y
2 2.2 2 5e0 //or x_* y_*, where * is the name of your curve,
3 3.3 3 5.0e0 //e.g. * = "y=x" and * = "y=5" in the examples to the left.
4 4.4 4 5e0 //x values must immediately be followed by y values of the same curve.
5 5.5 5 5.0e0 //Different curves can be placed next to or below each other
6 6.6 6 5e0 //(separated by tabs or new rows)
7 7.7 7 5.0e0
8 8.8 8 5e0 //The numeric format must use "." or "," as decimal separator
9 9.9 9 5e0 //(each file using the same decimal separator).
10 11.0 10 5e0 //Exponential values are allowed
hello_x hello_y //X and Y values of the curve "hello"
1 3
2 2
3 1
4 2
5 3
6 2
7 1
8 2
9 3
10 2
new_x y_new //The name of the columns have to be in the same format,
1 10 //i.e. they must either be in *_x and *_y OR x_* and y_*.
2 8 //This curve will not be included.
3 8
4 8
5 8
6 10
7 8
8 8
9 8
10 8
not_x included_y //The X and Y values belong to different curves
0 0 //("not" and "included") and will be rejected.
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 4
7 3
8 2
9 1
10 0
100 1.2e-9 3.4e-8 //This is a different text based format that TraceDrawer
0 1.23 3.21 //can read. It consists of tab separated numbers. The first
1 0.98 2.55 //column is the x-vector in seconds. All other columns are
2 1.21 2.50 //y-data for the corresponding x-value in the first column.
3 1.15 2.71 //The first row is a header containing the injection length
4 1.19 2.69 //in the first column and the concentration associated with
5 1.05 2.58 //the corresponding curves in the other columns. TraceDrawer
6 1.31 2.86 //reads the curves and saves the concentration associated
7 1.22 3.11 //with each curve. and neglects the injection length.
8 1.15 2.57 //This example is two curves, the first one (X=0..9, Y~1.2)
9 1.27 2.88 //has concentration 1.2E-9 Molar and the second one (X=0..9,
//Y~2.7) has concentration 3.4E-8 Molar.