||Show molecular constants window. See the constants window for general
information, and the objects
section for more information on individual constants.
||Show line list window. See the
section on line fitting for
more about using this window.
||Show log window. The contents of this window is described
in the section on the log window,
and more about using this window is given in the sections on
line fitting and contour fitting.
||Bring up the Residuals Window that plots
the observed-calculated (or other values) from the most
||Bring up the Intensity
Residuals Window that plots the observed and
calculated line intensities.
||Show overlay details
||Show states of a particular J and symmetry. See the states window for more
||Show selected transitions. More about this window is
explained in the transition
||Show an energy level plot.
||Bring up the Constants
| Another Plot
||Open another spectrum window.
||Close all spectrum plots apart from main
| Arrange Windows
||Try and arrange PGOPHER windows
around main window.
| Bring All To Front
||Bring all windows in front of windows from
|Windows on Taskbar
||Toggle display of all windows
on task bar or only the main window).
|Windows on Top
||Toggle forcing sub windows to
be on top of main window.
||View time spent in various routines.
||Show memory usage.
||Set the number of independent
threads of calculation. For simple (quick) calculations and
single CPU systems leave this set to "single process" as
there is some overhead associated with parallelizing the
calculations. For systems with 2 or more CPU's setting the
number of threads to twice the number of CPU's can result in
significant speed up. It may be worth adjusting the
multiple, depending on the nature of the calculation.
||Clear log window.
||Clear any saved calculations. This can be useful to
using too much memory, and may be required if a calculation
||Clear observed line marks from plot.
||Simple calculator for testing expression evaluation.
||Scale text throughout application - useful
for demonstrations using a computer projector. The menu text
is not currently affected.