Transform cartesian to curvilinear orthogonal coordinates, e.g. a flow-oriented coordinate system.
Author: Juernjakob Dugge
Hi, Juernjakob, this program is very useful for handling river data. The problem is that the efficiency of this program need to be improved. I tried it for just 150,000 points, and it is not finished for more than half an hour. You know, for most of field applications, data sets with more than one million data points is very common. So, it will be more useful, if the efficiency of this program could be improved in future.
Hi, Oliver, thank you so much for your kind help. The zbuffer renderer works for me. However, I still prefer the EPS output than BMP (it blurs when zoom out or zoom in). As what you said, the white tin network did have different appearances in different applications.
Hi, Oliver, thank you for your swift reply. You know, Google is fighting against with the Chinese government, and I can not see the examples and explanations listed in google site.
What you mean is that the paper-printed figure will not show such tin network? However, when I try to save the bmp and jpg format, I got following error:
setting PBuffer for OpenGL printing: invalid drawable.
Interestingly, I did save jpg file several days before. I do not know why I can not save bmp now.
Hi, Oliver, the export_fig is really a great tool which helps a lot to my paper. Thank you.
But, I got a problem when I want to export a 3D surface produced by 'mesh' or 'surf'. Although the output in the figure window of Matlab is normal, the exported figure are covered with white tin network, which is especially evident for gray surface.
Actually, you can find the white tin network on the icon of export_fig at the top of this webpage (the nice color surface produced by this tool is covered with white tin network).
This problem is deriving me crazy in recent days. I tried to change various line properties, however, it never works.