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[McIDAS #LZE-711095]: glmtools ABI gridded data with McIDas



Hi,

re:
> Also here I have a better understanding of the SU command which help
> with color mapping.
> 
> Thanks for your earlier help on GLM ABI Gridded data.

No worries.

re:
> I am still interested in how to make a color bar displaying colors on a
> log scale. I don't know if that is possible, but I have made a lot of
> progress with the color mapping just the same.

The stretch capability in McIDAS is piecewise linear.  In order to create
a pseudo-log scaling, you will need simulate a log curve with a number of
linear segments.  The process for doing this is, admittedly cumbersome, but
it is not too hard especially if you incorporate the series of SU commands
in a BATCH file as this will make it a lot easier to go in and tweak segments
to get the effect that you are looking for.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: LZE-711095
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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