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Greetings from South Africa's only rural microprobe facility,
Jürgen Reinhardt wrote:
> Just a brief relief from the facies discussion:
> Can anybody give me some advice how to export data, specifically composition maps, from a JEOL 8800 probe to be used in other graphics programs? I don't want the JPEG or TIF files, but the original numerical data, preferably in ASCII mode. I am not sure whether this is possible.
> JEOL have their own funny software which is not so easy to get into. Maps from a CAMECA probe are easier to handle in that respect.
> Isn't there also a microprobe user mailing list? I seem to remember some message from long time ago.
> Cheers & thanks,
> J. Reinhardt
> School of Geological & Computer Sciences
> University of Natal
> Durban, 4041
> South Africa
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