|AHELP for CIAO 4.9 ChIPS v1||
Changes the plot axis to use a linear scale.
lin_scale() lin_scale(dimension) lin_scale(plotname) lin_scale(plotname, dimension) lin_scale(id) lin_scale(id, dimension) The function is also available as linear_scale().
The function arguments.
|dimension||One of X_AXIS, Y_AXIS, or XY_AXIS to specify the X axis, Y axis, or both.|
|plotname||The name of the plot to modify, as a string.|
|id||A ChipsId structure identifying the item.|
The lin_scale command changes the given axis (or axes) to use a linear scale. To change back to a logarithmic scale use the log_scale command.
When the scale of an axis is changed, any axes that are bound to that axis are also changed, including plot border axes; see the bind_axes command for more information.
Set the current X and Y axis to linear scale.
Set the current X axis to linear scale.
These commands change the X and Y axes of the plot called "plot1" to a linear scale.
chips> id = ChipsId() chips> id.plot = "plot1" chips> lin_scale(id)
An alternative means to change the scaling of the axes in plot "plot1". This method is the only way to directly change a plot that is not in the current frame: for example
chips> id.window = "win2" chips> id.plot = "plot2" chips> lin_scale(id, Y_AXIS)
will change the Y axis of the plot called "plot2" in window "win2" to be drawn with a linear scale.
See the bugs pages on the ChIPS website for an up-to-date listing of known bugs.
- add_axis, bind_axes, current_axis, delete_axis, display_axis, display_major_ticks, display_minor_ticks, get_axis, get_xaxis, get_yaxis, hide_axis, hide_major_ticks, hide_minor_ticks, log_scale, move_axis, reverse_axes, set_arbitrary_tick_positions, set_axis, set_xaxis, set_yaxis, shuffle_axis, unbind_axes
- get_plot_range, limits, panto, pick_limits, zoom
- add_plot, adjust_grid_gaps, adjust_grid_xrelsize, adjust_grid_xrelsizes, adjust_grid_yrelsize, adjust_grid_yrelsizes, clear_plot, current_plot, delete_plot, display_plot, get_plot, grid_objects, hide_plot, move_plot, reposition_plot, set_data_aspect_ratio, set_plot, set_plot_aspect_ratio, split, strip_chart, swap_object_positions