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MGH_EXAMPLE_MSAXIS

MGH_EXAMPLE_MSAXIS

Name


  MGH_EXAMPLE_MSAXIS

Purpose


  This example demonstrates master-slave relationships between
  axes, atoms & symbols.
  The central concept behind the MGHgrGraph class is that the axes
  in a graph define coordinate conversions, which are then adopted
  by atoms and symbols as they are added to the graph. This concept
  has now been taken a step further in that axes keep referencesto
  the objects (slaves) that have been fitted to them and update
  their slaves if any of the axis's relevant properties is changed.
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Modification History


  Mark Hadfield, 2000-06:
    Written.
  Mark Hadfield, 2004-07:
    Modified to accommodate the recent overhaul of graph & axis classes.



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