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FRIDA ( )  1-2 ds
 
 spectra of file 1  
  1#  z =  150.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852                     
  2#  z =  155.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852                     
  3#  z =  160.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852                     
  4#  z =  165.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852                     
  5#  z =  170.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852                     
 spectra of file 2  
  1#  z =  150.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852                     
  2#  z =  155.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852                     
  3#  z =  160.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852                     
  4#  z =  165.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852                     
  5#  z =  170.0     n =   51 X = 0.4205     <<  1.852 
    

The first line of each block provides the file number associated to the output produced in
the following by ds.

The first column contains the number of the spectrum. The second block z = defines the
z-values associated to the different spectra. In case of more than one z-value per spectrum
only the first is plotted to the screen. The third block n = shows the number of channels
each spectrum consists of. The last block X = shows the minimum and maximum x-value
associated with each spectrum, respectively. Channel number one would correspond for
ordered data to the minimal x-value, whereas the last channel would in this case correspond
to the maximum x-value.