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ccdprinti - interpolate values from a map

Synopsis

ccdprinti in=image [parameter=value]

Description

ccdprinti prints out map values in an image. The grid is specified in x, y and z independantly, and is limited to either pixel (-0.5...N-0.5) or physical coordinates within a map. See also ccdprint(1NEMO) for a version limited to just integer gridpoints. Recall that the grid runs from the outer cell edges
    Xmin - Dx/2 ...  Xmin + (Nx-1/2)*Dx
and pixel coordinates generally refer to the center of the cell.

Parameters

The following parameters are recognized in any order if the keyword is also given:
in=in-file
input file, in image(5NEMO) format [no default].
x=x1,x2,...
Grid coordinates in X to display. [Default: 0].
y=y1,y2,...
Grid coordinates in Y to display. See x=. [Default: 0].
z=z1,z2,...
Grid coordinates in Z to display. See x=. [Default: 0].
scale=scale_factor
scale factor with which the data is multiplied before being displayed [default: 1].
format=fmt-expr
Real-valued C-format expression (see also printf(3) , e.g. %10.6e, %5.2f) with which data and optional coordinate values are displayed [default: %g].
newline=t|f
Add a newline between each map value printed? If false, all rows are printed on one line, and a blank line separates different planes. [Default: f]
label=x,y,z
Any combination of x, y and/or z can be given, which labels the output with their X, Y and/or Z physical values. [Default: x,y].
offset=0|1
Should X,Y,Z be 0- or 1- based. NEMO images use 0-based images, but to appease fortran users, 1-based input can be given here if this parameter is set to 1. Default: 0
pixel=t|f
Print out X,Y,Z labels in physical or pixel coordinates. By default physical. [Default: f]
dim=0|2
Interpolation scheme. 0=nearest. 2=linear interpolaton in the plane. 3=linear interpolation in a cube. Default: 0

See Also

ccdprint(1NEMO) , printf(3) , image(5NEMO)

Author

Peter Teuben

Files


~src/image/io    ccdprinti.c 

Update History


15-mar-2011    V1.0 created    PJT
28-apr-2011    V1.1 redesigned, fixed location bug    PJT


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