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LAS\AVERAGE [/RESAMPLE [NX Xref Xval Xinc Unit]] [/NOCHECK
Average all the spectra of the current index using the specified
(/WEIGHT) or current (SET WEIGHT) weighting function (see HELP SET
WEIGHT for details). The spectra are added channel by channel by de-
fault, if possible. Else the option /RESAMPLE must be invoked (see
subtopic for details).
On return the R spectrum contains the average spectrum. If /WEIGHT or
SET WEIGHT is ASSOCIATED (see HELP SET WEIGHT for details), the weight
array of the average spectrum is saved in the associated array named W.
Bad channels are handled according to SET BAD. A sum may be interrupted
by <^C>, but the result is then undefined.
The command checks the consistency of the index, in particular the posi-
tional coincidence and calibration homogeneity according to SET
[NO]MATCH and SET CALIBRATION respectively. The option /NOCHECK allows
to disable some (using one or several names) or all (no name given) of
AVERAGE also works on Continuum drift. The alignement may be Channel or
Position in this case.