brown at zorro.cecer.army.mil
Wed Apr 28 10:00:13 EDT 1993
This was posted to the user's list today; has anybody out there written
a legend program that displays a continuous gradient?
> From: Peter Briggs <pbriggs at laurel.ocs.mq.edu.au>
> Message-Id: <199304280253.AA29676 at laurel.ocs.mq.edu.au>
> Subject: Q: Who has script for pretty legends?
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> Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1993 12:53:10 +1000 (EST)
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> Dear Grass Users,
> Has anybody written a shell script (Grass 4.0) that produces a
> more attractive and flexible legend than d.legend seems capable
> For example, I have a d.e.m. that I am displaying as a
> continuously graded grey-scale image (from 0m to 150m as 70 to 220 grey
> intensity) and I would like, in a separate frame at the bottom or side,
> to display a continuously graded legend labeled with elevations
> at, say, 25m intervals.
> Some sort of control over the portion of
> the colour table to display in the legend would be nice, and
> with 151 'separate categories' I don't want d.legend to label
> every one and put a little box around it.
> This seems like a thing that most everybody must want. Am I
> missing something obvious? Any help is greatly appreciated.
> Peter Briggs (The Relatively New and Inexperienced)
> School of Earth Sciences email: pbriggs at laurel.ocs.mq.edu.au
> Macquarie University phone: +61 2 805 8356
> NSW 2109, Australia fax : +61 2 805 8428
>> I made a few minor changes in my version of d.legend to allow the user
>> to input a "thinning factor", so if thin=10 the categories shown in the
>> legend would be 0,10,20...
>> I agree that it would be nice if there were an option to allow a smooth
>> gradient legend - I'll post your request to grass programmers list,
>> maybe somebody has written such a version.
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