STNPLT allows the user to plot station markers and station information.
text color / text attributes | marker attributes | stnfile # column
Text color is the color of the station information. If the text color
is set to 0, no station information will be plotted. Text attributes are
text size, font, width, border, rotation, justification, and hw flag.
Marker attributes are color, type, size, width, and hw flag. If the marker
color is 0, no markers will be drawn and the station information will be
centered on the station. If the marker color is not specified, a default
of 1 will be used.
Stnfile is the station table from which the station information is read.
Column refers to the station table and is the column number from which
to get the information to display. The following shows the columns for
a station table:
10 Extra information (not always present)
If no column number is given, the station ID will be displayed.
Multiple files with differing colors, types, etc. may be processed
by listing the parameters individually separated with a '+' sign.
See the third example.
STNPLT = 5/1|3/12/1.25/2|sfstns.tbl
The text color of the station ID is color 5. The text size 1
is used. The marker color is 3. The marker type is 12. The
marker size is 1.25 times larger than the default size and the
marker width is 2 times larger than the default width. The
station table filename from which the station information is
read is sfstns.tbl.
STNPLT = 17/1|0|snstns.tbl
The text color of the station ID is color 17. The text size
is 1. The marker color is 0. No markers appear and the station
ID will be centered on the station. Other marker values are set
to the defaults. The station table filename from which the
station information is read is snstns.tbl.
STNPLT = 17/1|0|snstns.tbl#3
Same as the previous example, but displays the station name
instead of the ID.
STNPLT = 5/1|3/12/1.25/2|sfstns.tbl + 17/1|0|snstns.tbl
Combine and plot the first two examples.