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Re: Printing pcolor image takes a bit long

From: Marko Kvakić
Subject: Re: Printing pcolor image takes a bit long
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 11:36:31 +0100

Just wanted to update the progress in case it will help anyone.

I'm plotting with the image function now, which allows me to overlay
the image with lines in gnuplot (without the dark stripes when
printing them).

But the problem now is the colors come out washed when using gnuplot.

When using fltk they are fine, but unfortunately, the image creation
time is 5 times slower at best and it doesnt allow for off screen

If anyone could give some insight, i would be in their debt.

PS-I've attached some results.

On 19 November 2012 10:16, Marko Kvakić <address@hidden> wrote:
> The pcolor function doesnt allow anything else to overlay it (with "shading
> flat"), which is important since i have to draw in the coastlines.
> Looking at the archive, it seems gnuplot can't handle that.
> I went around it by changing the array values in the matrix, since i can
> hide the figure aswell with gnuplot.
> But now my problem is that all of the images, regardless of file type, come
> out with horizontal/vertical darkened stripes.
> Ill have to figure something out though, because i like this program :)
> On 19 November 2012 02:56, Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso <address@hidden>
> wrote:
>> On 18 November 2012 13:56, Marko Kvakić <address@hidden> wrote:
>> > The "problem" i have is printing out pcolor figures of a 3000x900
>> > matrix.
>> > Seems it takes a bit long to produce the image.
>> >
>> > I'm using fltk package because i'm having trouble overlaying pcolor with
>> > a
>> > plot command.
>> Printing with fltk is slow for complicated images. This is a known
>> limitation. I can't think of an easy solution. Why is gnuplot not
>> working for you?
>> - Jordi G. H.
> --
> Marko Kvakić
> Mob: 00385 95 828 0470

Marko Kvakić

Mob: 00385 95 828 0470

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