a
(PLFLT *, input)
Contains array to be plotted. The array must have been declared
as PLFLT a[nx][ny].
nx
(PLINT, input)
First dimension of array "a".
ny
(PLINT, input)
Second dimension of array "a".
defined
(PLINT (*) (PLFLT, PLFLT), input)
User function specifying regions excluded from the shading
plot. This function accepts x and y coordinates as input
arguments and must return 0 if the point is in the excluded
region or 1 otherwise. This argument can be NULL if all the
values are valid.
xmin
(PLFLT, input)
Defines the "grid" coordinates. The data a[0][0] has a
position of (xmin,ymin), a[nx1][0] has a position at (xmax,ymin)
and so on.
xmax
(PLFLT, input)
Defines the "grid" coordinates. The data a[0][0] has a
position of (xmin,ymin), a[nx1][0] has a position at (xmax,ymin)
and so on.
ymin
(PLFLT, input)
Defines the "grid" coordinates. The data a[0][0] has a
position of (xmin,ymin), a[nx1][0] has a position at (xmax,ymin)
and so on.
ymax
(PLFLT, input)
Defines the "grid" coordinates. The data a[0][0] has a
position of (xmin,ymin), a[nx1][0] has a position at (xmax,ymin)
and so on.
shade_min
(PLFLT, input)
Defines the lower end of the interval to be shaded. If
shade_max ≤ shade_min, plshade1 does nothing.
shade_max
(PLFLT, input)
Defines the upper end of the interval to be shaded. If
shade_max ≤ shade_min,
plshade1 does nothing.
sh_cmap
(PLINT, input)
Defines color map.
sh_color
(PLFLT, input)
Defines color map index if cmap0 or color map input value (ranging
from 0. to 1.) if cmap1.
sh_width
(PLINT, input)
Defines width used by the fill pattern.
min_color
(PLINT, input)
Defines pen color, width used by the boundary of shaded region.
The min values are used for the shade_min boundary, and the max
values are used on the shade_max boundary. Set color and width
to zero for no plotted boundaries.
min_width
(PLINT, input)
Defines pen color, width used by the boundary of shaded region.
The min values are used for the shade_min boundary, and the max
values are used on the shade_max boundary. Set color and width
to zero for no plotted boundaries.
max_color
(PLINT, input)
Defines pen color, width used by the boundary of shaded region.
The min values are used for the shade_min boundary, and the max
values are used on the shade_max boundary. Set color and width
to zero for no plotted boundaries.
max_width
(PLINT, input)
Defines pen color, width used by the boundary of shaded region.
The min values are used for the shade_min boundary, and the max
values are used on the shade_max boundary. Set color and width
to zero for no plotted boundaries.
fill
(void (*) (PLINT, PLFLT *, PLFLT *), input)
Routine used to fill the region. Use plfill . Future version of
plplot may have other fill routines.
rectangular
(PLBOOL, input)
Set rectangular to true
if rectangles map to rectangles after coordinate transformation
with pltrl . Otherwise,
set rectangular to false.
If rectangular
is set to true, plshade tries to save time by
filling large rectangles. This optimization fails if
the coordinate transformation distorts the shape of rectangles.
For example a plot in polar coordinates has to have
rectangular
set to false.
pltr
(void (*) (PLFLT, PLFLT, PLFLT *, PLFLT *, PLPointer)
, input)
Pointer to function that defines transformation between indices
in array z and the
world coordinates (C only). Transformation functions are
provided in the PLplot library:
pltr0 for identity mapping, and pltr1 and pltr2 for
arbitrary mappings respectively defined by one and
twodimensional arrays. In addition, usersupplied routines
for the transformation can be used as well. Examples of
all of these approaches are given in
the Section called Contour Plots from C in Chapter 3.
The transformation function should
have the form given by any of pltr0 , pltr1 , or pltr2 .
pltr_data
(PLPointer, input)
Extra parameter to help
pass information to pltr0 , pltr1 , pltr2 , or whatever routine
that is externally supplied.
