Reads an interlaced multichanneled binary file and places it in a series of Windows.

"filename", "vunits", "hunits", filetype, numseries, start, offset, byteswap,windows, deltax, slope, yoffset, islope, iyoffset) 
"filename" 
 
A string. The name of the binary file read. If no path is given, MULTIREADB searches the current working directory for the file.  
"vunits" 
 
Optional. A string, the vertical (Y) units.  
"hunits" 
 
Optional. A string, the horizontal (X) units.  
filetype 
 
An integer, the binary data type.  
numseries 
 
An integer, the number of series in the file.  
start 
 
Optional. An integer, the first series to be read as data. Defaults to all series.  
offset 
 
Optional. An integer, the number of bytes to skip. Defaults to 0.  
byteswap 
 
Optional. An integer, the swap the order of the bytes read flag:
 
windows 
 
Optional. List of destination Windows. Defaults to current Window.  
deltax 
 
Optional. A real, the spacing between data points (inverse of the sample rate).  
slope 
 
Optional. A real, the ymultiplier. Defaults to 1.  
yoffset 
 
Optional. A real, the yoffset. Defaults to 0.  
islope 
 
Optional. An integer, the ymultiplier to apply to raw data. Defaults to 1.  
iyoffset 
 
Optional. An integer, the yoffset to apply to raw data. Defaults to 0. 
W1: gsin(100,.01,1)
W2: gsqr(100,.01,2)
W3: gtri(100,.01,3)
W4: merge(W1,W2,W3)
writeb("merged.dat",double,W4)
multireadb("merged.dat",double,3)
W4 merges a sine, square and triangle wave. The interlaced series is written to the file merged.dat. The three original series are demultiplexed into W5, W6 and W7.
(s1, s2, s3) = multireadb("merged.dat",double,3)
same as above except the series are loaded into the variables s1, s2, and s3.
The file name must be in quotes or otherwise specified as a string. Specify the binary data as in READB. The number of series in the file is specified in num_series. Use this only if the data in the file is interlaced. MULTIREADB puts each series in a Window, starting with the current Window.
The slope, islope, yoffset, and iyoffset parameters provide methods for scaling the data.
If all scaling parameters are specified, the scaling occurs as follows: Yout = slope*(islope*Yin+iyoffset) + yoffset, where islope * Yin is an integer multiplication; + iyoffset is an integer addition; and slope and yoffset are floating point multiplications and additions. The integer scaling (islope, iyoffset) is performed using integer arithmetic.