[Kst] What's the matrix format for plotting in KST ?
barth.netterfield at utoronto.ca
Tue Oct 20 19:04:08 UTC 2015
Unfortunately, the current ascii reader can not read matrixes :-(
FITS images, or any qimage compatible format (png, xpm, jpg, gif, etc) is all
we can currently read.
Sorry about that.
On October 15, 2015 08:56:47 AM COURTOIS Sylvain wrote:
> I'm Sylvain Courtois, and I'm a teacher in an engineering school near Paris
> in France.
> I need a little help for using KST. I want to plot data which represent a
> temperature calculated at multiple points of coordinate x,y. I want to
> obtain an image like the example in the video tutorial n°7:
> https://youtu.be/mgP24MryyKw (at 1min30s)
> I have tested several formats of ascii files, but no one is recognized. In
> columns and rows (see attached file plaque2D.csv) and in an unique column
> as in kst-handbook manual (see plaque2D-KST.dat).
> Can you help me? Can you send me back a description of the file format I can
> generate? (I have programmed a C script that calculate the values and
> export them in an asci file)
> I would like to use KST with my students as soon as possible. Thank you very
> much for your response. With my best regards,
> Sylvain COURTOIS
> Enseignant en Mécanique
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C. Barth Netterfield
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