Re: box plot problem

From: Adam Phillips <asphilli_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2006 09:57:34 -0600

Hi Jerry,

Long story with using tiMainString and the boxplot fxn, but the
ultra-short version is that the newest version of the function (3)
allows you to use tiMainString. Version 3 currently resides in
shea_util.ncl.test on our supercomputers here, and will be included in
the next release of ncl later this summer. I will attach this version in
a seperate email to you. Try it out and let me know if you have any issues.

(Just so you know: At one point the boxplot function was downloadable
seperate from shea_util, and now it is a part of shea_util. If you are
using this version of the boxplot function I would toss it in favor of
the version attached here. Nothing is wrong with the old version, it
just isn't as flexible as the newest version.)

jerry wrote:
> Hi
> I can plot a box plot use function "plot =
> boxplot(wks,x,y,False,res,False)".
> But if i set the resource res@tiMainString <mailto:res_at_tiMainString> =
> "test main title" and res@gsnLeftString <mailto:res_at_gsnLeftString> =
> "test left title",
> it will get a warning message like below :
> ( 0 ) Plot resource detected , accepting
> warning:tiMainString is not a valid resource in plot.PlotManager at this
> time
> warning:gsnLeftString is not a valid resource in plot at this time
> How can i do ?
> Thank you
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