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Understanding the Filters Tab

Last Updated: 2/4/19 by Support

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  1. Filters Tab in AfterMath
  2. Description of Filters
  3. Adjusting Filter Settings for Specific Applications

1Filters Tab in AfterMath

The Filters Tab in AfterMath is common to all techniques.  In general, Pine Research has optimized the filter settings based on the technique and parameters entered by the user.  At the time a user clicks "Audit" or "Perform" buttons, AfterMath carefully selects filter settings to provide the most consistent results.  In special cases, users may need to adjust these filter settings; however, for a large majority of applications, we recommend that you leave all filter settings on the default "Automatic" setting.
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2Description of Filters

3Adjusting Filter Settings for Specific Applications

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