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- Subject: Re: TriGrid?
- From: marc schellens <marc(at)postman.riken.go.jp>
- Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2000 23:00:38 +0900
- Newsgroups: comp.lang.idl-pvwave
- Organization: Institute of Physical & Chemical Research (RIKEN) Saitama,Japan
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"John D. Sample" wrote:
> This built-in procedure seems to have a bug when regularly gridded data
> is passed in.
> I'm trying to create a generic graphing routine which accepts regularly, or
> irregularly-gridded data, so I run every thing through TRIANGULATE followed
> by TRIGRID, and frequently find the x or y values set to zero on the borders
> of the plot region. Randomly changing NX or NY seems to be a manual
> Any similar experiences or suggestions?
> Chip Sample
I made similar experience, but in my case the triangulate routine works
wrong. And as only solution I add some random values to x and y
With some data the triangulate routine even stops the whole idl session