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Re: [ferret_users] How to do scatter plot?

You need the PLOT/VS command.  It takes two arguments which need have the same dimension.  Often they are simple 1-D lists, but they do not need to be.  So for instance, I can take two variables in multiple dimensions and plot them against each other.

yes? use monthly_navy_winds
yes? show data
     currently SET data sets:
    1> /home/users/tmap/ferret/linux/fer_dsets/data/monthly_navy_winds.cdf  (default)
 name     title                      I       J       K       L       M       N
 UWND     ZONAL WIND                1:144   1:73    ...     1:132   ...     ...
 VWND     MERIDIONAL WIND           1:144   1:73    ...     1:132   ...     ...
yes? plot/vs uwnd[x=300:320,y=-10:10,L=1:5], vwnd[x=300:320,y=-10:10,L=1:5]


On 1/22/2016 1:54 AM, Kishore Ragi wrote:
Dear ferret users,

My dataset has two variables with 37x26x1. I would like to see the scatter plot between two variables.

It may be simple, but I am quite new to ferret. Could you please anybody help me with this?

Thank you.


PhD student in climate science,
National Institute of Technology, Rourkela,
India- 769008

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