|AHELP for CIAO 4.5 ChIPS v1||
Hide the objects at the specified depth.
hide_depth( [id,] depth)
- id - an optional ChipsId structure containing values to modify the currency state for the command or a string id to specify the frame.
- depth - the depth value to hide.
The hide_depth command hides all objects at a specific depth. The objects remain hidden until display_depth ("ahelp display_depth") is called or they are moved to a depth which is not hidden. Objects which were hidden using another method, such as "hide_<object>", will remain hidden even if the depth is changed.
chips> add_curve(range (10), range (10), 'line.color=blue symbol.color=blue depth=50') chips> add_curve(range (10), range (9,-1,-1), 'depth=100') chips> add_hline(5, 'depth=50 color=red') chips> hide_depth(50)
Create two curvess and a horizontal line at different depths. Hide everything at depth 50 (i.e. the line and the blue curve).
chips> add_histogram([1,2,3],[3,5,2], 'fill.style=1 fill.color=red depth=50') chips> add_curve([1,2,3],[3,5,2], 'depth=100') chips> add_label(3, 3, 'LABEL', 'depth=50') chips> hide_label() chips> set_plot_title ('My Plot') chips> set_plot(['title.depth',50]) chips> hide_depth(50) chips> set_histogram(["depth",150]) chips> set_label(["depth",150])
Create a histogram, a curve, and a label. The label is hidden with the hide_label command. Hide everything at depth 50.
Moving the histogram to a different depth makes it visible again. The same does not work with the label, because it was not hidden by the hide_depth command.
See the bugs pages on the ChIPS website for an up-to-date listing of known bugs.