Satyam Srivastava.Regards,Hi Ansley and Chinnu,Thanks so much for your help and support, i will try this and hope that this will remove my problem..On Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 10:25 PM, Ansley Manke <ansley.b.manke@xxxxxxxx> wrote:Hi,
There are two methods here. One is
which removes all the labels except the axis labels. That's sometimes ok, but usually you want to be more selective in which labels are removed. Automatic labels that document the variable, region and dataset are highly useful, but you might want to customize what's on the plot.
To get rid of the little lines in the upper right, called the "ferret logo", you can issue this command, which takes effect for the rest of the Ferret session, or until you undo it:
CANCEL MODE LOGO
The topic, "removing movable labels" http://ferret.pmel.noaa.gov/Ferret/documentation/users-guide/customizing-plots/LABELS#_VPID_236 discusses the whole topic. So for instance,
cancel mode logo
yes? sh sym *lab*
LABX = "LONGITUDE"
LABY = "LATITUDE"
LABTIT = "ZONAL WIND (M/S)"
LAB1 = "TIME : 17-DEC-1989 09:30"
LABNUM_T = "1"
LAB2 = "DATA SET: monthly_navy_winds"
LABNUM_DSET = "2"
LAB3 = ""
So, you can run "go unlabel" and get rid of any of the labels LAB1, LAB2, etc. The symbols LABNUM* are listed here,
http://ferret.pmel.noaa.gov/Ferret/documentation/users-guide/customizing-plots/SPECIAL-SYMBOLS#Chapter6 Ferret special symbols
go unlabel ($labnum_t)
go unlabel ($labnum_dset)
On 3/17/2015 2:23 AM, Satyam Srivastava wrote:
Satyam srivastava.Regards,And for the over lay plot please tell me that how i can define the plots for three different data and can give different colours to them.now the shaded plot has some headings as : At top : Depth, time and the version of the ferret i am using, so is there is any ways by which i can edit these heading which are there on the plot.Hi Folks,I have a plot now i would like to modify the HEADINGS on the plot for example if i am plotting the data as:
4> ./pottmp.2008.nc (default)
name title I J K L M N
DATE ... ... ... 1:12 ... ...
TIMEPLOT ... ... ... 1:12 ... ...
POTTMP Potential temperature 1:360 1:418 1:40 1:12 ... ...
yes? shade/I=15:150/J=30:250/K=6/L=6 POTTMP