# Normalize Inspector

With this inspector some manipulation of data like moving, normalizing etc. can be done.

## Normalize Functions

**1. Ref. Value**, **2. Ref. Value**: Defines two values from either the X or the Y axis. These values can also defined with the normalize mouse modes.

**1. New Value**, **2. New Value**: These values will only be used for the *Normalize* and *Move* function as new reference values.

**Move**: This function moves the selected buffers in the specified direction (selected with the *Axis* radio button) from the *1. reference* to the *1. new* value.

**Normalize**: This function manipulates the buffers by stretching or shrinking along the specified axis. The specified reference points in the data are changed in such a way that the *1. Ref. Value* becomes the *1. New Value* and the *2. Ref. Value* becomes the *2. New Value*.

**Cut Outside**: These function deletes all data points in all selected buffers which are not in the range between *1. Ref. Value* and *2. Ref. Value*.

**Cut Inside**: These function deletes all data points in all selected buffers which are in the range between *1. Ref. Value* and *2. Ref. Value*.

## Calculations

**Integrate**: This function calculates the integral between X min (*1. Ref. Value*) and X max (*2. Ref Value*) and writes the result to the comment fields in the Data Inspector.

**Regression**: This function calculates the linear, logarithmic, or exponential regression between the X min (*1. Ref. Value*) and X max (*2. Ref. Value*) and generates a new buffer with the result. The following functions will be used:

**Linear**

**Logarithmic**

**Exponential**

## Linear Background Subtraction

This function subtract a linear background from your data (y=y-a-bx). The reference values *a* and *b* can be set with the mouse mode *Linear Background*.