[Kst] Saving multiple vectors

Andrew Walker arwalker at sumusltd.com
Wed Jan 5 18:43:56 CET 2005

Agreed. The plan was to allow the user to specify whether they
wanted to interpolate (Nicolas' idea of interpolating either to
the shortest or longest vector is a good one) or to save each
vector to a different file. The latter is highly desirable when
the user wishes to keep the raw data, and each file would be named
after the vector name (together with some optional prefix/suffix).


-----Original Message-----
From: Brisset, Nicolas [mailto:Nicolas.Brisset at eurocopter.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2005 11:58 PM
To: kst at kde.org
Subject: Re: [Kst] Saving multiple vectors

On Wednesday 05 January 2005 05:56, George Staikos wrote:
> Right now I silently truncate all vectors to
> the smallest length.  Is it worth doing anything differently?
I think there should be an option to make all vectors the same length by
either interpolating longer ones down to a lower resolution to bring them to
the size of the shortest vector (priority is file size) or shorter ones to
the size of the longest one (priority is resolution).
In any case, I can't really imagine truncating the user's data without at
least a warning ! Could be very frustrating for someone who'd lose data :-(

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