> I'm trying to produce a three panel plot showing differences between
> mesoscale model runs. The images within the three panel plot end up being
> quite small. I'm using gsnMaximize and the associated paper size functions
> to enlarge the page size, but it does not seem to affect the paper size of the
> PS file.
> I tried writing an NCGM file, and it seemed to work fine.
> The gsnMaximize description says:
> "The aspect ratio will be preserved. For a PostScript or PDF file, the plot will
> be expanded to fill the biggest possible space on an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of
> paper. You can change the default paper size or orientation with the resources
> gsnPaperWidth, and
> Do these controls work for PS files?
Yes, in fact, these controls only work for PS and PDF output, and not
for NCGM and X11 output.
> The relevant parts of my script are:
> res@gsnMaximize True ; biggest plot possible
> gsnPaperMargin 0.15
> gsnPaperWidth 10.625
> gsnPaperHeight 13.75
Just to be certain, did you have "res@" in front of the gsnPaper*
resources? In the above code, you listed them without a "res@".
> plot(0) gsn_csm_contour_map(wks,slpw(0,:,:)/100.,res) ; Draw contours
> over a map.
> gsn_panel(wks,plot,(/3,1/),res) ; now draw as one plot
One thing that can throw off the maximization routine is if you draw
a text string or some other object on the same frame before you draw
the paneled plots. By any chance are you doing that here?
> I have attached an example image (PNG format).
My mailer couldn't seem to handle the attached PNG file. Can you send
it again in another format?
> Is there a way to avoid this while writing directly to PS files?
We should be able to get this working, but it will help once I am
able to see the resultant file.
> Thanks for your suggestions!
> Jan F. Dutton, Ph.D.
> Director of Weather Services
> WeatherNet Business Services
> AWS Convergence Technologies Inc.
> jdutton AT aws.com
> 1-800-544-4429 x1662
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