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Subject: polar contourf plot: how to avoid the edge effects? From: Kristoffer Date: 20 Jul, 2012 05:24:11 Message: 1 of 8 
Folks, 
Subject: polar contourf plot: how to avoid the edge effects? From: Bruno Luong Date: 20 Jul, 2012 05:45:34 Message: 2 of 8 
"Kristoffer " <kwalker@ucsd.edu> wrote in message <juaq1r$nm7$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... 
Subject: polar contourf plot: how to avoid the edge effects? From: Kristoffer Date: 20 Jul, 2012 06:12:09 Message: 3 of 8 
I don't see a data upload option on this newsgroup interface, so I posted these two files: 
Subject: polar contourf plot: how to avoid the edge effects? From: Bruno Luong Date: 20 Jul, 2012 06:31:11 Message: 4 of 8 
"Kristoffer " <kwalker@ucsd.edu> wrote in message <juasrp$3kk$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... 
Subject: polar contourf plot: how to avoid the edge effects? From: Kristoffer Date: 20 Jul, 2012 07:13:13 Message: 5 of 8 
I expect you aren't interpreting my "edge effect" correctly. Here is a pic showing the problem. There is a vertical line from the origin to "90 deg" label in the contourf plot. Ignore the angle labels, as they are meaningless. That "90 deg" label corresponds to the 0/2pi wrap boundary. I just shifted it to do north for plotting purposes. 
Subject: polar contourf plot: how to avoid the edge effects? From: TideMan Date: 20 Jul, 2012 09:00:37 Message: 6 of 8 
On Friday, July 20, 2012 7:13:13 PM UTC+12, Kristoffer wrote: 
Subject: polar contourf plot: how to avoid the edge effects? From: Bjorn Gustavsson Date: 20 Jul, 2012 10:14:18 Message: 7 of 8 
TideMan <mulgor@gmail.com> wrote in message <4bd368b3cf324fd6a762c4161ca68199@googlegroups.com>... 
Subject: polar contourf plot: how to avoid the edge effects? From: Kristoffer Date: 20 Jul, 2012 19:10:27 Message: 8 of 8 
"Bjorn Gustavsson" <bjonr@irf.se> wrote in message <jubb1q$k2g$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... 
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