lplot - plots a collapsed Ultracam data file

lplot makes a line plot of collapsed Ultracam data files, i.e. files produced by the program collapse. These are frames in which all the windows have been collpased in either X or Y so that they are cross-cuts of a frame. lplot plots these as bar charts, using colours to distinguish overlapping windows.


lplot data [device] nccd x1 x2 y1 y2 [width aspect reverse cheight font lwidth]

Command line arguments

data---An Ultracam data file from collapse. All windows must be 1D or null.
device---Display device
nccd---The particular CCD to display
x1 x2 y1 y2---The range of the plot. Set x1=x2 and/or y1=y2 to get automatic choice based on the first valid window encountered.
width---Width of plot in inches. 0 for the default width.
aspect---aspectd ratio (y/x) of the plot panel
reverse---true/false to reverse the measuring of black and white.
cheight---Character height, as a multiple of the default
font---Character font, 1-4 PGPLOT fonts
lwidth---Line width, integer multiple of default

See also

collapse, expand, ppos


This command is a member of the classes: Display, Programs, Spectra.

Author: T.R. Marsh
Created: 17 November 2006
Revised: 19 November 2006

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