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IPUTDATA

IPUTDATA

Syntax


IPUTDATA, Id, Data1, Data2, ... [, TOOL=iToolID]

Arguments


Id

A string containing the identifier of the iTools object whose data is to be replaced. If you pass a partial identifier, the IGETID function is called to retrieve the full identifier string.

Datas

Data values to set on the object.

Keywords


TOOL

Set this keyword to a string specifying one or more iTools in which to search for Id. If this keyword is not set, only the current iTool is searched.

iTool Visualizations Compatible with IPUTDATA


IPUTDATA can set data on the following iTool visualizations:

Item

Arguments

Data to Set

Contour

Z [, X, Y]

If a Z argument is provided, the contour is generated as a function of the two-dimensional array index of each element of Z.

If X and Y arguments are provided, the contour is plotted as a function of the (X, Y) locations specified by their contents.

See ICONTOUR for details.

Image

IMAGE [, X, Y]

IMAGE is either a vector, or a two- or three-dimensional array representing the sample values to be displayed as an image.

X and Y are either vectors or two-dimensional arrays representing the X (or Y) coordinates of the image grid.

See IIMAGE for details.

Plot

[X,] Y [, Z]

Y (if one argument is supplied); X, Y (if two arguments are supplied); X, Y, Z (if three arguments are supplied).

See IPLOT for details.

Plot3D

X [, Y, Z]

If Y and Z are not supplied, X must be a 3xm array.

See IPLOT for details.

Polygon

VERTICES

A 3xm array of vertices. The data must be in device coordinates (see ICONVERTCOORD to convert coordinate systems).

See IPOLYGON for details.

Polyline

VERTICES

A 3xm array of vertices. The data must be in device coordinates (see ICONVERTCOORD to convert coordinate systems).

See IPOLYLINE for details.

Region of Interest
(ROI)

VERTICES

A 3xm array of vertices. The data must be in device coordinates (see ICONVERTCOORD to convert coordinate systems).

Surface

Z [, X, Y]

See IVOLUME for details.

Text

STRING

The text to be displayed.

See ITEXT for details.

Vector

U, V [, X, Y]

See IVECTOR for details.

Volume

DATA0
[, DATA1]
[, DATA2, DATA3]

Each argument is a three-dimensional array of any numeric type containing volume data. Arrays of strings, structures, object references, and pointers are not allowed. If more than one volume is specified, they must all have the same dimensions.

See IVOLUME for details.

Examples


In the following example, we plot a sine wave with IPLOT, retrieve the data stored in the iTool object, and change the data displayed by the iTool.

; Plot a sine wave        
X = 2*!PI/15 * FINDGEN(15)        
IPLOT, SIN(X)        
 
; Retrieve the data from the iTool        
IGETDATA, 'plot', retX, retY        
PRINT, 'Returned iPlot X data:', retX        
PRINT, 'Returned iPlot Y data:', retY        
 
; Display a dialog to continue the action        
result = DIALOG_MESSAGE('Click OK to change the data.', $        
   /INFORMATION)        
 
; Change the data in the iTool        
IPUTDATA, 'plot', COS(X)

Version History


7.1

Introduced

See Also


IGETDATA, IGETID, ISETPROPERTY, IGETPROPERTY, ICONVERTCOORD



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