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How can I filter out or exclude data points from my data in Voxler?

An ExclusionFilter module excludes data points from a point data set based on a user-specified Boolean statement. The Boolean functions can include logical operators (AND, OR, XOR, NOT), comparison operators (=, <>, <, >, <=, >=), and IF conditions (format: true value, false value or condition? true value, false value).  Any data the meets the condition will be excluded from any downstream modules like a Gridder module or a ScatterPlot module.

To add an ExclusionFilter in Voxler:

  1. In the Network Manager, right-click on the source data and choose Computational | ExclusionFilter.
  2. Select the ExclusionFilter in the Network Manager.
  3. In the Property Manager, enter the Boolean function next to Filter string to determine which data to exclude.

ExclusionFilter

 

Updated November 23, 2015

 

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