Takes a section out of a 4-dimensional dataset. Syntax: >> wout = section (win, [ax_1_lo, ax_1_hi], [ax_2_lo, ax_2_hi], [ax_3_lo, ax_3_hi], [ax_4_lo, ax_4_hi]) Input: ------ win 3-dimensional dataset. [ax_1_lo, ax_1_hi] Lower and upper limits for the first axis. Bins are retained whose centres lie in this range. To retain the limits of the input structure, type '', [], or the scalar '0' [ax_2_lo, ax_2_hi] Lower and upper limits for the second axis [ax_3_lo, ax_3_hi] Lower and upper limits for the third axis [ax_4_lo, ax_4_hi] Lower and upper limits for the fourth axis Output: ------- wout Output dataset. Example: to alter the limits of the first and third axes: >> wout = section (win, [1.9,2.1], 0, [-0.55,-0.45], 0)

- section Takes a section out of a 4-dimensional dataset.
- sqw Convert input dnd-type object into sqw object

- section Takes a section out of a 4-dimensional dataset.

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