Tutorial 6: Multiple windows

Authors: Francois Tadel

General organization

This tutorial is a parenthesis to explain how the figures are positioned on the screen and how you can organize your workspace more efficiently. One interesting feature of the Brainstorm interface is the ability to open easily multiple views or multiple datasets simultaneously.

The buttons in the menu "Window layout options" can help you organize all the opened figures in an efficient way. There are four options for the automatic placement of the figures on the screen and you have the possibility to save your own specific working environment.

Remember that the Brainstorm window is designed to remain on one side of the screen. All the space of the desktop that is not covered by this window will be used for opening other figures. This available space is designated in the menus below as "Full area". Do not try to maximize the Brainstorm window, or the automatic management of the data figures might not work correctly.

Automatic figure positioning

Example

Advanced

Multiple views of the same data

Advanced

User setups

Advanced

Uniform amplitude scales

Graphic bugs

If you observe any graphic problem with these displays, there might be an issue with the OpenGL drivers. You may try the following options:

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Tutorials/MultipleWindows (last edited 2020-01-28 21:17:17 by ?MartinCousineau)