Here, this is done when going from point 58:1 to 58:2 on the same ring.
Then I register point 58:1 and 58:2 as a group.
So before clicking on point 58:1, I click on the datagroup button
to change the mode from a-single-point-per-row.
You can also use the right mouse button to change this mode!.
Then I click on point 58:1 and 58:2.
The group mode will switch back automatically to single point mode when
data is known to be dendro data!
The written data will look like this:
I.e. with the two points 58:1 and 58:2 on the same line.
CDendro is set up to handle this type of grouped data. This is a very useful method when you have to make a jump in your measurements when ring widths
are laying aslant on the picture.
Of course, if tree rings are not very concentrical you have to be
careful when interpreting your data if you have moved your radii of measument within the stem!