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by Lars-Ake
14 Jan 2012, 00:12
Forum: CDendro General Discussion
Topic: Removing non-zero rings
Replies: 5
Views: 17384

Re: Removing non-zero rings

It happens often that I find an extra inserted ring in one of the series and I need to remove it before adding it to the target collection. Is there an efficient way of doing this? Right now I crop the series into two parts (leaving out the extra ring), I then save each part as a .wid, than I reimp...
by Lars-Ake
11 Jan 2012, 13:15
Forum: Dating reports, measurements, rwl-files etc.
Topic: Mersea chronology (AD 445-661) - England
Replies: 2
Views: 9976

Re: Mersea chronology (AD 445-661) - England

While searching the web for roman pines chronologies (impossible!), I quickly retrieved an oak chronology from Crummy P., Hillam J., Crossan C. 1982, Mersea Island: the Anglo-Saxon causeway, in Essex Archaeology and History, 14, pp. 77-86 (http://cat.essex.ac.uk/reports/EAS-report-0023.pdf). Since ...
by Lars-Ake
08 Aug 2011, 23:40
Forum: CooRecorder General Discussion
Topic: CooRecorder does not display numbers any longer, why?
Replies: 0
Views: 6089

CooRecorder does not display numbers any longer, why?

Question: ...my copy of coorecorder recently stopped showing numbers associated with ring width measurments. That is, I click on the ring, and the appropriate + mark appears, but there is no number with it. The crack markers, and the two markers per ring function also do not have any numbers. Any s...
by Lars-Ake
29 Jan 2011, 23:27
Forum: CDendro General Discussion
Topic: Windows names my files xxx.TXT and not xxx.RWL
Replies: 0
Views: 12219

Windows names my files xxx.TXT and not xxx.RWL

Question: I'm hoping you can tell me how to copy decadal files from ITRDB so I can access them with CDendro. I tried pasting one downloaded file onto WordPad and saving it as #####.dec and then as #####.rwl, but Windows stuck a .txt on there and CDendro won't open it. First three lines look like thi...
by Lars-Ake
06 Dec 2010, 23:33
Forum: CooRecorder General Discussion
Topic: How to measure a suite of photos taken from one sample?
Replies: 4
Views: 10359

Re: How to measure a suite of photos taken from one sample?

Collecting and exporting CooRecorder point-labels Some users add "pointLabels" when measuring in CooRecorder. Typical marks are for a fire scar or a sudden decrease of growth rate. Collections with such synchronized .pos-files can be saved in the .fil format of CDendro. The labels can be ...
by Lars-Ake
27 Nov 2010, 01:08
Forum: CooRecorder General Discussion
Topic: How to measure a suite of photos taken from one sample?
Replies: 4
Views: 10359

Re: How to measure a suite of photos taken from one sample?

The second option works well for me especially that I do have some sections scanned to higher resolution. There are also minor drawbacks. For example, the point labels are lost when creating a mean value curve. Also, when you match the 2 parts and no ring overlap (stop measuring at one ring and sta...
by Lars-Ake
11 Aug 2010, 01:35
Forum: CDendro General Discussion
Topic: Checking or unchecking a big group of collection members
Replies: 0
Views: 8290

Checking or unchecking a big group of collection members

When you are working with a collection of many members - even thousands of members - you might want to "export" a big group of members all e.g. longer than 100 years to a separate Heidelberg or Tucson file. To do this you have to first uncheck all members with the "Uncheck all" b...
by Lars-Ake
21 May 2010, 21:07
Forum: CooRecorder General Discussion
Topic: How to measure a suite of photos taken from one sample?
Replies: 4
Views: 10359

How to measure a suite of photos taken from one sample?

There are two basic ways to do this with CooRecorder and CDendro: 1. Copy all the photos together - without any careful overlaping! - and measure from the big photo. Where you have to "jump" to the next photo in the suite, use a "double-point", as described at http://www.cybis.se...
by Lars-Ake
05 Mar 2010, 19:56
Forum: CDendro General Discussion
Topic: Matching sample in Tucson format to reference curve?
Replies: 1
Views: 7054

Re: Matching sample in Tucson format to reference curve?

Thank you for the support, I was able to perform the function.. It has been extremely useful! I am still learning the program. I have two related questions. First, once such a sample is cross dated, can the file be saved into a Tucson format with the correct years? Also, if the curve has been adjus...
by Lars-Ake
05 Mar 2010, 19:33
Forum: CDendro General Discussion
Topic: Matching sample in Tucson format to reference curve?
Replies: 1
Views: 7054

Matching sample in Tucson format to reference curve?

I have just purchased the CDendro program. All my files are in the decadel Tucson format. When I try to match a sample to a reference curve, it appears that the sample must be in the coordinate (.pos)format. If so, how can I use my Tucson-formatted samples in this procedure? Open your Tucson-file w...

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