[Kst] [kst] [Bug 352367] vectors too short. last frame not plotted

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Wed Feb 24 22:47:58 UTC 2016


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--- Comment #1 from netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca ---
This is, surprisingly, by design.

We address data in a file by its index.  We often plot data in a file against a
field called INDEX, which is always 1 sample per frame.

kst assumes that INDEX is coincident in time with the first sample in a frame.
This clearly makes sense for the first sample of a file, but what to do at the
end of a file is less clear.

The only alternative to this that I can think of is to produce new INDEX-like
pseudo-fields which are at the same rate as any given field.  This is
complicated by the fact that different fields may have data at different rates,
so there would need to be one for every SPF in the file.  Perhaps fully

We can think about this some more.

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