Re: Embedding scatterplots in NCL map space.

From: Capehart, William J <William.Capehart_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Mon Jan 14 2013 - 19:28:10 MST

Thanks David:

However that is not quite what I was looking for, the objective was to embed non-geographic x-y scatters into each of the colored squares. BUT... I may be able to use your the polymarkers by scaling each subset's x-y coordinates by the chips latitude and longitude. Thanks for getting me started...

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On Jan 14, 2013, at 17:41, "Dave Allured - NOAA Affiliate" <<>> wrote:

No problem, the function gsn_add_polymarker is probably what you want. It overlays any number of dots onto a base plot, and it uses lat/lon coordinate pairs to position the dots. Here is a nice example on a global map:

This and many similar map examples are listed here:


On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 4:50 PM, Capehart, William J <<>> wrote:
We have a challenge here. We are working with global data subsets and would like to be able to do an "overview" of scatter distributions globally. Ideally we'd like to take the plot scene, such as the one in this email, and overlay tiny scatterplots (no axes or labels, just the scatter dots) over the individual subsets (shown by the color chips). Does NCL have the capacity to do this in any capacity?



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