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|See also: Guided Tour: How to Mark Data, Marking the Data
The Color of Markings
DataLab supports two kinds of markings which are designated type A and type B. Both types of markings are assigned to a particular color which can be set up using this dialog. If a particular matrix cell is both of type A and type B it will be displayed using a mixed color. Further, in graphical representations objects which are marked in variables which are not displayed, are indicated by "shadow markings". Some examples of the various types of markings are shown in the following figure:
In order to set up the colors of the markings you have to select the appropriate color either from the drop-down box or by clicking the "details" button (). After clicking the details button DataLab opens the Windows color dialog where your can select any color you like.
The default colors are red (type A), blue (type B), magenta (both type A and type B), and gray for the shadow markings.