cros_out - writes X and Y cross sections of intensity and phase distributions into file .
Surface plots are not always acceptable - sometimes two-dimensional plots of the cross section of the light beam are of interest. It is especially actual for wrapped phase plots, which look awful in three dimensions. The command cros_out writes into a file the X and Y cross sections of the field distributions. Five type data are written in the output file: (x,int(num/2,0),int(num/2,x),pha(x,num/2),pha(num/2,x)), they are: the location of cross point, the intensty of cross by X axes, the intensty of cross by Y axes, the phase of cross by X axes,the phase of cross by Y axes. you can rocess or plot these data with Scilab graphical functions.
F1=begin(0.01,1e-6); F2=gauss(F1,0.004); cros_out(F2,"file1"); cros_out(F2,"file2",1); temp = fscanfMat('file1.txt'); x=zeros(1,256);int_x=zeros(1,256); x(:)=temp(:,1);int_x(:)=temp(:,2); plot2d(x,int_x);
Chen jingyuan, Gan guangyong (IAPCM, Beijing,China.)
dwf_fits , file_ps , file_int , file_pgm , file_pha ,