Correcting errors


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It occasionally happens that clustering goes wrong, and the wrong data are written into the table. This does not occur when SAP2011 warns you about the back-tracing problem, but rather when SAP2011does not warn you but visual inspection indicates that clustering went wrong. To correct a false clustering click the forward arrow of the 'time control', change the cluster name to 0, and click trace-back twice.

Looking at the clusters is quite useful for correcting errors:

To see the clusters on the sonograms: open Explore & Score, go to the clusters tab, and open the syllable table. Then open any sound files used for the clustering and click 'view clusters'. You should be able to see the cluster identity as a colored lines above the syllables.