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by Lars-Ake
03 Apr 2009, 21:24
Forum: Dating reports, measurements, rwl-files etc.
Topic: CNRS Database
Replies: 6
Views: 13344

Re: CNRS Database

Thanks Ale! This is indeed interesting data. I think that it is all oak of some type. The format is quite new to me and I have to write some sort of input filter for CDendro. Though I would be happy if I knew more about the format! The data with negative values are probably based on the "Besanc...
by Lars-Ake
19 Mar 2009, 22:26
Forum: CDendro General Discussion
Topic: Multi-radius naming conventions
Replies: 2
Views: 8115

Working with Multi-radius samples

When you have measured several radii from the same tree you can put your samples into a separate collection for that tree. Before you click the "Create mean value sample" button, see that you have checked the proper radiobutton for detrending! E.g. if you want a pure mean value curve witho...
by Lars-Ake
19 Mar 2009, 22:00
Forum: CDendro General Discussion
Topic: The Development version of CDendro
Replies: 5
Views: 11782

The Development version of CDendro

There is now a new CDendro Development version available for testing. It is dated March 19 2009. The main feature is the Besancon index E algorithm now available as one of the main normalization algorithms used for plotting, like Proportion of last two years growth, Hollstein and Baillie/Pilcher. Th...
by Lars-Ake
05 Mar 2009, 01:03
Forum: CDendro General Discussion
Topic: Why is Baillie/Pilcher corr coff not same as BaPi corr?
Replies: 0
Views: 8633

Why is Baillie/Pilcher corr coff not same as BaPi corr?

http://www.cybis.se/forumimages/bapi2.gif Question: Are the indicated fields above signs of an error in CDendro? Why these differences? In this case, the normalized data of the reference has been calculated as mean values from normalized data of all members of a collection. The sample 6680NY has th...
by Lars-Ake
02 Mar 2009, 23:39
Forum: CooRecorder General Discussion
Topic: The development (test) version of CooRecorder
Replies: 5
Views: 10275

Re: The development (test) version of CooRecorder

The AutoPlace mode is now improved. When you have set the start point, a thin line will connect that point with your cursor to make it easier to see where to set the end point. A perpendicular line is also drawn which should be parallel with the tree rings at the best position. ----- Sort of a rule...
by Lars-Ake
28 Feb 2009, 19:25
Forum: CooRecorder General Discussion
Topic: The development (test) version of CooRecorder
Replies: 5
Views: 10275

The development (test) version of CooRecorder

There is now another new development/test version of CooRecorder http://www.cybis.se/forfun/dendro/helpcoorecorder7/autoplace/thumb/autohelplines.gif The AutoPlace mode is now improved. When you have set the start point, a thin line will connect that point with your cursor to make it easier to see ...
by Lars-Ake
27 Feb 2009, 17:17
Forum: CDendro General Discussion
Topic: The Development version of CDendro
Replies: 5
Views: 11782

The Development version of CDendro

The development version of CDendro has been updated.
by Lars-Ake
24 Feb 2009, 01:23
Forum: CooRecorder General Discussion
Topic: "Help lines" as paths to follow when measuring
Replies: 0
Views: 7070

"Help lines" as paths to follow when measuring

Olivier Bouriaud recently wrote me: The second improvement (if one considers it as one) would be the ability to draw a line and then to have the cursor following it during the ring-border delineation process, the way things work in DendroScan or Lignovision for ex. It is easier to draw lines perpand...
by Lars-Ake
22 Feb 2009, 19:10
Forum: About this forum
Topic: Why register at this forum?
Replies: 0
Views: 6984

Why register at this forum?

If you are interested in postings on various topics at this forum it is a good idea to register. When registered: You can subscribe to automatic messages sent to you when there is a new comment on a topic (or in a forum) of your interest. The forum system keeps track on which postings you have alrea...
by Lars-Ake
22 Feb 2009, 13:43
Forum: Dendrochronology in general
Topic: Questions raised by the Hollstein data
Replies: 12
Views: 27323

Re: Questions raised by the Hollstein data

...With this graph you found hard evidence for Hollstein's 207 year mismatch! The quality of the match is indeed good. Though the look of that match may be because of a mix of wood from different times! Either such a mix might be the cause that made the match at all occur. Or, without the mix the m...

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