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Re: [ferret_users] How to remove the white spots from the postscriptfigures?

Hello Ansley,
Please see my code below.

SET MEMORY/SIZ=416  ! Fix insufficient memory issue.

 set mode meta ! for figure saving
 FILL/L=1 CLIM_SST[i=1:8192:10,j=1:4096:10]!plot sst variable.
 Go fland
 ppl clsplt !close the plot.
 sp Fprint -o "/DATA/month01_combined_sst.ps"
 metafile.plt !save ps file.

Since the file size is very large I could not attach the ps file.

Thanks in advancce,
C. Shaji.

On Mon, October 19, 2009 10:22 pm, Ansley Manke said:
> Hello,
> We need more information.  Do you think you are seeing the "white lines"
> that have been discussed in this Users List, such as this thread,
> http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/maillists/tmap/ferret_users/fu_2009/msg00601.html
> (where Roman has attached a figure - see if your case is similar)
> If you are seeing something else, then are you closing the plot before
> converting it to postscript
>     ppl clsplt
>     sp Fprint -o file.ps metafile.plt
> Ansley
> C. Shaji wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> When I created the postscript figures using the following command I
>> always
>> got white spots in the figures.
>> sp Fprint -o file.ps metafile.plt
>> I even converted the ps files to pdf and eps also, but the white spots
>> still remain there.
>> Can somebody suggest me some useful tips to remove these from the
>> figures?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> C. Shaji.

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