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Fig. 5


Graphical user interface (GUI) of the GetTransitions function. Here, the user has to define a frequency range by selecting a single frequency in the shown spectrum. This frequency represents the central frequency of the range. The width of the range is given by an user defined parameter. XCLASS prints out informations (name of molecule, transition frequency, uncertainty of transition frequency, Einstein A coefficient, quantum number for lower and upper state, and energy of lower state) of all transitions in the selected molecule list located in the given frequency range, see screen output of ListDatabase described in Appendix A.1.

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