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CLIC\PLOT keyword [/IDENTIFY [COLOUR]] [/NOFRAME [pen]] [/NODRAW]
[/RECORD list_of_records] [/RESET] [/APPEND] [/PHYSICAL]
[/BOXES nx ny]
Plot data from the current index according to options selected by the
Erases the screen and plots all data in the current index (default).
Erases the screen and plots data from the first observation in the
Plots data from the next observation in the current index. Does not
clear the screen before plotting.
Plots data from the observation of the given number (must be in the
current index). Does not clear the screen before plotting.
Plots again the last plotted buffers (with possibly new options,
such as line type, limits, ...).
PLOT /NOFRAME [Pen]
Does not erase the screen, and plots data in the present boxes, op-
tionally with a new pen. This is very useful for comparing data. It
can also be used in conjunction with PLOT /APPEND.
Does not produce the plot but read all data and update the X_DATA
and Y_DATA buffers. This is very useful to e.g. modify these buffers
in SIC before actual plotting (with PLOT SAME).
PLOT /RECORD list_of_records
Plots only some records for the observation(s). "list_of_records" is
of the format n1 to n2 n3 n4 to n5, as with the SIC\FOR command.
PLOT /IDENTIFY [COLOR]
Plots a different GREG symbol for each source (if SET PLOT POINT is
currently active). Using optional argument COLOR will produce points
also differing by color.
Plot labels use physical antenna number rather than logical numbers.
PLOT /BOX nx ny
Plot page will be arranged with nx times ny boxes. Wildcard may be
Reset the time origin (and, by consequence, the time-dependent am-
plitude and phase calibration curves) before plotting.
Does not reset the previous buffers before reading data and plot-
ting. This may be used at the Plateau de Bure for incrementally
plotting new data just after it is written on disk.
After the plot, the arrays X_DATA[N_DATA,N_BOXES] and Y_DATA[N_DA-
TA,N_BOXES] contain the values of the points that have been displayed.
N_BOXES is the number of boxes that have been plotted, and N_DATA[N_BOX-
ES] is the number of data points in each box. W_DATA[N_DATA,N_BOXES]
contains the weights associated to each data point.