1D window delimits in turn a range of FL1, FL2 and FL3 in
a parallel coordinates display (see the red arrow marking
the moving lower limit). For this data those 3 parameters
are sufficient to select a single cluster defined by all
parameters. The 3D dotplot further illustrates the
biplot region selects in turn various clusters shown in the
biplot. The fluorescence characteristics of the selected
cluster are shown by the parallel coordinates display and the
biplot may separate the cell clusters in a file, the
fluorescence characteristics of each cluster are often not
obvious. Linking to a parallel coordinates display or to
dotplots reveals the characteristics.
sequence is as follows:
Create the primary display.
Launch the region creation dialog.
Create the initial region.
Select a display type at "Create Linked Display" and set,
when prompted, a data file, usually the same file as in the
primary display or a file from the same data set, and a
display format. Note that the log/split display settings
should be the same for all linker and linkee files.
Move the region and observe changes in the linked display.
may be linked to one or more 2D or 3D dot plots, 2D
or 3D biplots, contour plots, histograms or parallel
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