Go through below links,like if you want more plots to go in,then use go multi_view command in which you can use desired no.of plots.set view lower;plot var2[d=2]set view upper;plot var1[d=1]use data1.nc;use data2.nchello SatyamLots of options are available for making multiple plots in single window; for an instance if you wana draw two plots then it is as
Or if you wana overlay both plots in one.then use command overlay.
use data1.nc;use data2.nc
plot var1[d=1];plot/overlay var2[d=2]
http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/maillists/tmap/ferret_users/fu_2006/msg00501.html--On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 10:57 AM, Satyam Srivastava <satyam.srivastava.au@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Folks does any one have any update on my problem.
On Tuesday, March 31, 2015, Satyam Srivastava <satyam.srivastava.au@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:as the data are:Hi,I wanted to know that if i am comparing two different data for the same year is there is any way by which i can get the plot for both data on single output.
1). name title I J K L M N
potential temperature (degc) 1:2001 1:1093 1:10 1:31 ... ...
2). /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 1:12if i want to get the shaded plot fori=1:353/j=200:373/l=1/k=2for both the data set on 1 single plot like overlaying plot.Regards,Satyam Srivastava.Regards,
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