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Re: [ferret_users] explicitly set contour levels

Thank you very much,

This is exactly what I want. However when I tried "shade/lev=(20)(40.38921)(61.97397)(85.69467)(112.7769)(144.959)(184.8746)", it was automatically rounded off to "20,40.4,62,85.7,113,145,185" on the colourbar.

How could I set the significance digits for the values appearing beside the colorbar?


On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 2:44 PM, Paul Young <Paul.J.Young@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Zatuch,

You need to put brackets around each individual level. E.g., for what you want:


You could also have something like:


i.e. including a (lo,hi,delta) _expression_ as well. But, in your case, that's not really worth it.


On Feb 12, 2009, at 12:22 PM, z z wrote:

Hello, Ferret Users,

Is there a way to explicitly set the contour levels, such as (20,40,60,100,150,250,750,1750)?  Because it's unevenly spaced, the qualifier "/LEVELS=(lo, hi, delta)" does not work for this situation. Could anyone give me a help? Thank r>

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