Re: x3y3 plot

From: Mary Haley <haley_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 10:45:03 -0600 (MDT)

Hi Jam,

We don't have an example of this, unfortunately, and it's not trivial.

I don't have time to come up with an example right away, but
here's an outline of how you might do this:

   - Call gsn_csm_x2y2 to create two of the curves:

      plot12 = gsn_csm_x2y2(wks,x1,x2,y1,y2,res1,res2)

     Be sure to set trMin/MaxX/F resources to get the X/Y axis limits exactly
     as you want them.

   - Call gsn_csm_xy to create the third curve, setting
     tfDoNDCOverlay to True in the resource list (ovrly_plot).

      plot3 = gsn_csm_xy(wks,x3,y3,res3)

     Again, set trMin/MaxX/F resources to get the X/Y axis limits
     exactly as you want them.

         You will need to set any necessary resources to turn off
     titles and perhaps other annotations you don't want.

   - Overlay the the plots:


   - Attach single vertical and horizontal axes to represent third curve.
     You can see a sample of how this is done for a Y axis in example
     27 at:

   - Once you have all this:


If this is too hard to figure out, let me know and I'll try to come up
with an example when I have time.


On Wed, 20 May 2009, jam hong wrote:

> Hi Dr. Shea again
> I wonder that do you have a function to plot time series which has x axis for 3 variables and y axis for 3 variables.
> I found only x2y2.
> Thanks
> Jam
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