Re: right y-axis labels

From: Saji Njarackalazhikam Hameed <saji_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 10:36:39 -1000

Hi Beth,

This may not be a solution to the problem, but only a comment on the usage
of gsm_csm_xy2. I may be wrong, but gsm_csm_xy2 is used when you need to
display the different axes - it is somewhat odd to suppress the
axes labels!

Since you are not going to show the axes labels, it may be more
appropriate to normalize the data (say by dividing by the standard
deviation of each time series) and then to plot it with gsn_csm_xy.
I am attaching a modified version of the code, that may address your
issue (please see attachment)

Good Luck!


Saji N. Hameed,
Assistant Researcher,			Tel:808 9569534
International Pacific Research Center,
2525 Correa Rd, Honolulu, HI 96822
* Beth Hall <> [2006-04-18 10:21:34 -0700]:
> I heard from Mary that this problem I'm having (where I can't seem to  
> turn off the right y-axis on an xy plot) seems suspicious.  She  
> wanted me to send the data files and scripts that I'm using to try  
> and test the problem.  However, when I sent the email, I got an  
> automated reply that she'll be out from April 18-21.
> Can anyone help me in the meantime?   I've already tried many  
> combinations of tmYROn=False.
> I'm running version 4.2.0.a032 on a 64-bit linux SGI altix machine.
> Thanks!
> Beth

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