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PLOTSEQ

PLOTSEQ

Name


      PLOTSEQ

Purpose


      Plot a movielike sequence of graphs.

Category


Calling Sequence


      plotseq, x, y, [ind]

Inputs


      x = array of x coordinates. May be 1-d or 2-d. in
          When x is 1-d all plots share same x values.
      y = array of y coordinates. May be 1-d or 2-d. in
          If 2-d second index is plot number.

Keyword Parameters


Keywords


        TITLE=ttxt Plot titles (def=plot number).
          May be an array with one element for each plot.
        XTITLE=xtxt X axis title (def=none).
          Same for all plots.
        YTITLE=ytxt Y axis title (def=none).
          Same for all plots.
        COLOR=clr Plot color (def=!p.color).
        SYMSIZE=sz Symbol size (def=1).
        XOVER=x2 Second data set x array. Same format as x.
        YOVER=y2 Second data set y array. Same format as y.
        YTICKNAMES=ytn String array of user specified Y tick
          labels. Must also give YTICKVALUES.
        YTICKVALUES=ytv Array of Y positions of the tick labels
          given in YTICKNAMES. # elements must match.
        XSCALE=xs X array scaling. 2-d in general: xs(3,n).
          If xs is given then xs(0,j) + xs(1,j)*x
          will be plotted as X where j=plot number.
          The number of points plotted will be xs(2,j).
        GH=h an array of Y values of horizontal lines.
        GV=v an array of X values of vertical lines.
          Any horizontal or vertical lines are known together
          as the grid.
        GCOLOR=c grid color (def=!p.color).
        GLINESTYLE=s grid line style (def=!p.linestyle).
        XRANGE=xran A 2-d array giving the X axis range.
        YRANGE=yran A 2-d array giving the Y axis range.
        XTYPE=t Set linear (0) or log (1) X axis.
        YTYPE=t Set linear (0) or log (1) Y axis.

Outputs


      ind = optional indices of last plotted points. out
          The indices of a subset of points may be
          returned if used with the ZOOM option.

Common Blocks


      plotseq_com

Notes


Modification History


      R. Sterner, 18 Sep, 1992
  Copyright (C) 1992, Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory
  This software may be used, copied, or redistributed as long as it is not
  sold and this copyright notice is reproduced on each copy made. This
  routine is provided as is without any express or implied warranties
  whatsoever. Other limitations apply as described in the file disclaimer.txt.



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