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Export Plot Data

Export Plot Data

Export Plot Data


You can export plot data from any profile, the ENVI Plot window, or the Spectral Library Viewer to the formats described below.

ASCII

Saves the plot data to an ASCII file.

  1. Select ASCII from the Export drop-down list. The Save to ASCII dialog appears.
  2. Enter a filename, then click OK.

Spectral Library

Saves the plot data to a spectral library file.

  1. Select Spectral Library from the Export drop-down list. The Save to Spectral Library dialog appears.
  2. Enter a filename, then click OK.

IDL Variable

Exports the plot data to an IDL variable that can be used at the IDL command line. This option is available only when you are running IDL+ENVI.

  1. Select IDL Variable from the Export drop-down list. The Export Curves to IDL dialog appears.
  2. Select the curve(s) for export.
  3. Select the variable to export the curve to. If the variable was previously defined, select the name from the Select Variable to Receive Export list. Otherwise enter the variable in the New Variable Name.
  4. Use the Export check boxes to specify whether to export X Data, Y Data, or both.
  5. Click OK.

Image File

Saves the plot to an image file in PNG, JPG, TIF, GIF, or BMP format.

  1. Select Image File from the Export drop-down list. The Please Select a File for Writing dialog appears.
  2. The default filename and format is envi_plot.png. Change the filename and file type as needed, then click Save.

PDF

Saves the plot to a PDF file.

  1. Select PDF from the Export drop-down list. The Please Select a File for Writing dialog appears.
  2. The default filename is envi_plot.pdf. Change the filename as needed, then click Save.

PostScript

Saves the plot to a PostScript file. Enter a filename for the .eps file, then click Save.

  1. Select PostScript from the Export drop-down list. The Please Select a File for Writing dialog appears.
  2. The default filename is envi_plot.eps. Change the filename as needed, then click Save.

Copy

Copies the plot to the clipboard so it can be pasted into another application. To copy the plot to the clipboard, select Copy from the Export drop-down list.

Print

Prints the plot to the selected printer. Select Print from the Export drop-down list to get the standard Print dialog.

PowerPoint

Creates a PowerPoint slide with an image of the current plot. Select PowerPoint from the Export drop-down list. The plot opens in PowerPoint.

Tip: Making the plot window as large as possible will improve the quality of the image inserted into PowerPoint.



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