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Re: getting rid of thick zero contour


I don't know if you got an answer to your question yet, but you were very close
in your attempts. THe qualifier you really want is LINE. The example that you
give below with a normal 0 contour would be:

contour/i=1:100/j=1:100/lev="(-.8,.8,.2) line(0)" (i/100)^2+(j/100)^2-1


On Nov 10, 11:25am, Keith Lindsay wrote:
> Subject: getting rid of thick zero contour
> Greetings,
> I am having difficulty making the zero contour be the same thickness as
> other in some contours that I am making. The following command produces a
> contour plot with a heavy zero contour. (At least it does on my computer.)
> contour/i=1:100/j=1:100 (i/100)^2+(j/100)^2-1
> I've tried using various combinations of lev and pen qualifies and some
> ppl pen commands, but cannot seem to make the zero contour as thin as the
> others.
> If anyone can tell me how to do this, I would greatly appreciate it.
> Thanks,
> Keith
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