*To*: David Selleron <david.selleron@xxxxxxxxxx>*Subject*: Re: How can I display Grid and Cells ???*From*: Bill Hibbard <hibbard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 05:03:51 -0500

Hi David, > I want to display 2d geometric cells having properties. > The cells are represented by a scotich grid . > the coordinates of the grid point depend on indices i and j. > > (i,j) -> (x ,y) where x = i*d[i] y = j*dy[j] > > i integer between 0 and n > j integer between 0 and m > > dx[] and dy[] floats array > > first Question: > how can I display the grid ? : Plot a straight line between the points > > > (X[i] , Y[j]) - ( X[i+1], Y[j] ) > (X[i] , Y[j]) - ( X[i], Y[j+1] ) > > > where X[i] = i*dx[i] > where Y[j] = i*dy[j] > > > > > Y > ^ > | > x---x-x-------x-----x--------x > | | | | | | > | | | | | | > | | | | | | > | | | | | | > x---x-x-------x-----x--------x > | | | | | | > x---x-x-------x-----x--------x > | | | | | | > | | | | | | > x---x-x-------x-----x--------x--> X > > Scotich Grid Displayed The grid could be created as a Gridded2DSet, and a display with mode.setPolygonMode(DisplayImplJ3D.POLYGON_LINE) where mode is the GraphicsModeControlJ3D, would I think display the grid lines. See Ugo's tutorial for more about GraphicsModeControl. However, you may want to draw the lines explicitly by creating a UnionSet of Gridded3DSets or Gridded2DSets(either with manifold dimension = 1), as in the 3-D case of visad/examples/DelaunayTest.java (note this is a display from IrregularSets - you would need to adapt it to your Gridded2DSet). > The cell (i,j) is defined by points: > (X[i] , Y[j]) ( X[i+1], Y[j] ) > (X[i] , Y[j+1]) ( X[i+1], Y[j+1] ) > > It has floats properties : (i,j) - > property > > > Second Question: > =============== > How can I colorized the cells of the grid defined above according to the > property. > Colorized surface enters the points: > (X[i] , Y[j]) ( X[i+1], Y[j] ) (X[i] , Y[j+1]) ( X[i+1], Y[j+1] ) > > > p(10,10)--------------p(11,10)--------p(12,10) > | | | > | color 1 | color 2 | > | | | > p(10,09)--------------p(11,09)--------p(12,09 You may be able to do this as a texture map display of your Gridded2DSet. This would be similar to section 3.1 of Ugo's tutorial, but with your Gridded2DSet substituted for the Integer2DSet in the tutorial. Another approach is to use something similar to the approach in visad/examples/DelaunayTest.java, except that you will construct a FieldImpl with MathType like: (index -> ((x, y) -> (red, green, blue))) Where the FlatFields ((x, y) -> (red, green, blue)) have Gridded2DSet domains, each with only 4 = 2 x 2 points (one for each grid cell). The ScalarMaps are the usual: x -> XAxis y -> YAxis z -> ZAxis red -> Red green -> Green blue -> Blue Good luck, Bill

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