When doing science, it's often very helpful to know the exact numbers
associated with an area of an image, a single data element, or the like.
WebWinds has a bunch of helpful ways to get this information. Perhaps the
most useful is Track Pixel. Track Pixel displays numerical and statistical
data about databases. If an area is more important, build a bounding
box and Track Pixel will produce statistics about the area inside it. The
top section displays information about data at the crosshair; the bottom
section about data within the bounding box.
In order to use Track Pixel, drop in an application that has a
crosshair and bounding box (Average,
The Save button prints the displayed information to a file. That file is
track.dat in the current directory.
Applications to Connect to This Application
or Combine may be connected via the "drag 'n
drop" button to this application.
Applications to Connect This Application to
Tricks and Gotchas
Be careful about overwriting track.dat; if you want to save that information,
copy it somewhere permanent.
/ Nov 5, 2001