X-Git-Url: http://gitweb.scilab.org/?p=scilab.git;a=blobdiff_plain;f=scilab%2Fmodules%2Fgraphics%2Fhelp%2Fen_US%2Fcolor_management%2Fcolorbar.xml;h=faecbeea553e73b3969e5c46c65ee61f7f2e1e82;hp=b2989b0f76758f98e45cd648e9dea25734cc5e23;hb=807fe176da3bcb88ce29ad8401cd97aa22cc1c1f;hpb=025bb6738d47ccbd9093b90bc22b9710c41227c0 diff --git a/scilab/modules/graphics/help/en_US/color_management/colorbar.xml b/scilab/modules/graphics/help/en_US/color_management/colorbar.xml index b2989b0..faecbee 100644 --- a/scilab/modules/graphics/help/en_US/color_management/colorbar.xml +++ b/scilab/modules/graphics/help/en_US/color_management/colorbar.xml @@ -35,7 +35,8 @@ - Let U be the Z values of the plot for which a colorbar scale is needed, %inf, -%inf and %nan values being ignored. + Let U be the Z values of the plot for which a colorbar scale is needed, %inf, + -%inf and %nan values being ignored. Let minU and maxU be the minimum and the maximum of U values. @@ -96,7 +97,7 @@ represent the umin data value. Similarly, the color of index colmax will represent umax, with - 1 < colmin < colmax < Nc. + 1 â¤ colmin < colmax â¤ Nc. Default setting: [1,Nc] @@ -173,7 +174,7 @@ colorbar(,, [colmin colmax]) - with integers such that 1 colmin < colmax Nc. + with integers such that 1 â¤ colmin < colmax â¤ Nc. Conversely to the previous one, this syntax sets umin and umax such that "[umin,umax]/[minU,maxU]" maps "[colmin,colmax]/[1,Nc]" @@ -181,7 +182,8 @@ colorbar(,, [fmin fmax]) - The previous syntax colorbar(,,[colmin colmax]) needs to know the colormap range to specify colmin + The previous syntax colorbar(,,[colmin colmax]) needs to know the + colormap range to specify colmin and colmax conveniently. This is not very handy when we just want to target a fractional part of the colormap whatever is its actual length. fmin and @@ -192,7 +194,8 @@ This syntax sets - umin and umax such that the relative range "[umin umax]/[min(U) max(U]" maps "[fmin, fmax]". + umin and umax such that the relative + range "[umin umax]/[min(U) max(U]" maps "[fmin, fmax]". [colmin colmax] such that the relative range