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Re: Multiple surface plotting

From: "Paul van Delst" <paul.vandelst@noaa.gov>

> Regarding the OG solution - the learning curve is too steep for my time
allowance for the task. The
> number crunching part took, oh, about a day. Producing pretty output was
secondary and mostly to let
> the higher ups know I'm earning my pay. Via direct graphics it's taken me
about half a day just to
> produce the eye-candy (the number crunching was easy after futzing about
with reading all manner of
> other people's input files). If OG can produce the pretty pictures in less
time, great! Where do I
> start? :o)

Go to...


...and get the library, then run mgh_example_surface, which, you will see,
is 51 lines long (and most of them are comments or blank). I just added a
second surface to the graph for you!

Or you could get David's object graphics surface routine and work out how to
add additional surfaces. Shouldn't be too hard.

Mark Hadfield
m.hadfield@niwa.cri.nz  http://katipo.niwa.cri.nz/~hadfield
National Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research

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