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Pearson's Crystal Data Features: Figure plots

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For some entries, pre-defined plots (so-called "figure plots" or "static plots") are available. These plots have been prepared by the editors of Pearson's Crystal Data and display e.g. a certain unit cell parameter as a function of temperature for a certain prototype. These plots cannot be modified by the user (in constrast to the Dynamic plots), so they are called "static plots" or "figure plots".

If one or more figure plots are available for a certain entry, this is indicated by a corresponding link ”figure plot available” in the ”Figures” subsection of the ”Remarks” section in an entry’s data sheet:

If this link is available in an entry's data sheet, you can
									display plots pre-defined by the editors by clicking on it.

If you click on one of these links, one or more figure plots will be displayed in a new dialog window (see figure below). The plot to be displayed is selected at the top of this window (in case there is more than a single plot available). You can copy, save or print the plot by clicking on the corresponding buttons at the bottom of the window.

This is one of the many so-called

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