3D Viewer Selections
To select an individual object, double click left mouse button on it or shift-click left button.
To unselect an individual object, double click left mouse button on it or shift-click left button.
The Selection menu allows you to select objects by Range, Equality, and Search.
Selection by Range
There are 6 entry boxes in this window, 2 for each color. For each color, you need to type in a range between 0 and 100 for selection. For example, if you want to select the objects closest to the white area, you would use:
Red 90 - 100
Green 90 - 100
Blue 90 - 100
If you wanted to select the plane with Blue and Red objects, you would use these values:
Red 0 - 100
Green 0 - 0
Blue 0 - 100
To carry out the selection, press the Select button. After you have made a selection, you may type in other numbers here and press the Select button again, which will add to the selection.
To unselect all the objects, press the Unselect All button, also available in any other selection dialog.
Selection by Equality
This dialog allows you to select data points represented equally in two or three target databases.
Selection by Search
This dialog allows you to select data points by searching for them by ID or Annotation. The search item (by default, 'Query Ids') is a selection menu, as is the word 'contain', which can be changed to 'exactly match'. The search pattern is case-insensitive, and the matches will have the Query ID in the 3D plot selected.
Note: Selection by Search opens up the opportunity for only a few objects being selected in a point with multiple objects. Double clicking on a point with partial selections will unselect all of the objects at that point, not invert the selected points.