malcolm at cast.uark.edu
Tue Oct 28 09:38:36 EST 1997
I checked - it's on the moon as grass/outgoing/barscale.sh.Z.
What it does is create a vector barscale, along with a file that has the
appropriate instructions for ps.map to generate numbering and text. This
can be pasted directly into your ps.map instruction file, or simply read
in by using the "read" command in ps.map.
On Mon, 27 Oct 1997, J. HOLLENBECK wrote:
> I for one, would find the barscales script you mention below to be
> very helpful. If you did place it on "moon", what would it be called?
> On Mon, 27 Oct 1997, Malcolm Williamson wrote:
> > Hi, Stephan
> > If you do opt to use ps.map, I have a shell script for creating barscales
> > for use with it. I don't think that it is currently on the "moon"; I'll
> > try to remedy that situation.
> > -Malcolm Williamson
> > --
> > Malcolm D. Williamson - GIS Specialist E-mail: malcolm at cast.uark.edu
> > Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies Phone: (501) 575-6159
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> Jeff Hollenbeck
> Dept. of Fishery and Wildlife Science
> New Mexico State University
> jhollenb at nmsu.edu
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