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Re: removing labels


A combination of things here can help you. To remove the unwanted labels use
the GO unlabel n command. This is documented on page 96 of the v4.4 manual. To
remove the ferret signature you would use:
    yes? GO unlabel 1
    yes? GO unlabel 2
    yes? GO unlabel 3
Use the ppl command list,labels to see which labels are which and then use the
unlabel command to remove the ones you don't want. As to the second shade
command, simply use the /nolab qualifier.

So, your series of ferret commands would now resemble something like:

set variable/bad=-999 aotm14
shade/set/levels=(-35,75,5)/title="NOAA-14 Aerosol Optical Thickness Anomaly
7/91" aotm14
GO unlabel 1
GO unlabel 2
GO unlabel 3
GO unlabel 5
ppl shade
shade/over/nolab/pal=black/levels=(-36,-35) missing(aotm14,-36)
go land 0


On Dec 3,  9:53am, Curt Crandall wrote:
> Subject: removing labels
> I was wondering if anyone would have an idea how to remove some of the
> labels that are appearing on my plots.  I am using the following
> commands to display my image:
> set variable/bad=-999 aotm14
> shade/levels=(-35,75,5)/title="NOAA-14 Aerosol Optical Thickness Anomaly
> 7/91" aotm14
> shade/over/pal=black/levels=(-36,-35) missing(aotm14,-36)
> go land 0
> When this image is created, I get three unwanted labels appearing.  The
> first is the Ferret stamp in the upper right hand corner.  I was able to
> remove it using:  go remove_logo
> 		  ppl shade
> However, since I am using 2 shade commands, my plot turns purple with a
> white background if I try to use go remove_logo.
> 	The second thing I want to remove is SHADE: MISSING(AOTM14,-36)
> which is down in the lower left corner of the plot.  It seems everytime
> I use multiple shade commands (are fills) Ferret insists on writing
> those commands on my plot.
> 	Finally, I would like to be able to remove the DATA SET: ...
> below the Ferret stamp.
> Thank you
> --
> Curt Crandall
> NOAA/Satellite Active Archive
> (301) 763-8591
> ccrandal@saadev.saa.noaa.gov
>-- End of excerpt from Curt Crandall

 Mark Verschell                     NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
 verschell@neptune.gsfc.nasa.gov    Code 970/Lab. for Hydrospheric Proc.
 301-286-2027  Fax: 301-286-1761    Greenbelt, MD 20771

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