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- grayplot properties
- graypolarplot
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- Matplot properties
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# grayplot properties

description of the grayplot entities properties

### Description

The Grayplot entity is a leaf of the graphics entities hierarchy. It
represents 2D plots of surface using colors and images (see
`grayplot`

, `Sgrayplot`

, `fgrayplot`

and
`Sfgrayplot`

).

- parent:
This property contains the handle of the parent. The parent of the grayplot entity should be of the type

`"Axes"`

.- children:
This property contains a vector with the

`children`

of the handle. However,`grayplot`

handles currently do not have any`children`

.- visible:
This field contains the

`visible`

property value for the entity . It should be`"on"`

or`"off"`

. By default, the plot is visible, the value's property is`"on"`

. If`"off"`

the plot is not drawn on the screen.- data:
This field defines a

`tlist`

data structure of type`"grayplotdata"`

composed of a row and column indices of each element : the x and y grid coordinates are contained respectively in`data.x`

and`data.y`

. The complementary field named`data.z`

is the value of the surface at the point`(x(i),y(j))`

(scaled mode) or the centered value of the surface defined between two consecutive`x(i)`

and`y(j)`

(direct mode). If`data_mapping`

(see below) is set to`"scaled"`

, the entire z data is used to perform a color interpolation whereas, if`data_mapping`

's value is`"direct"`

, the last line and column of the z data indices are ignored and the color is determined directly in the colormap by the indices of the submatrix`data.z(1:$-1,1:$-1)`

.- data_mapping:
By default the value of this property is

`"scaled"`

: the indices of painting colors are proportional to the value`z`

coordinates. In the other case, the property takes as value`"direct"`

where the plot is a grayplot and the indices of painting colors are given by the data (see above).- clip_state:
This field contains the

`clip_state`

property value for the grayplot. It should be :`"off"`

this means that the grayplot is not clipped.`"clipgrf"`

this means that the grayplot is clipped outside the Axes box.`"on"`

this means that the grayplot is clipped outside the rectangle given by property clip_box.

- clip_box:
This field is to determinate the

`clip_box`

property. By Default its value should be an empty matrix if clip_state is "off". Other cases the vector`[x,y,w,h]`

(upper-left point width height) defines the portions of the grayplot to display, however`clip_state`

property value will be changed.- user_data:
This field can be use to store any scilab variable in the grayplot data structure, and to retrieve it.

### Examples

m=5;n=5; M=round(32*rand(m,n)); grayplot(1:m,1:n,M) a=get("current_axes"); a.data_bounds= [-1,-1;7,7] h=a.children h.data_mapping="direct"; // A 2D plotting of a matrix using colors clf() a=get("current_axes"); a.data_bounds= [0,0;4,4]; b=5*ones(11,11); b(2:10,2:10)=4; b(5:7,5:7)=2; Matplot1(b,[1,1,3,3]) ; h=a.children for i=1:7 xclick(); // click the mouse to sets Matplot data h.data=h.data+4; end

### See also

- set — set a property value of a graphic entity object or of a User Interface object.
- get — Retrieve a property value from a graphics entity or an User Interface object.
- delete — delete a graphic entity and its children.
- grayplot — 2D plot of a surface using colors
- Matplot — 2D plot of a matrix using colors
- Matplot1 — 2D plot of a matrix using colors
- graphics_entities — description of the graphics entities data structures
- Matplot_properties — Description of the Matplot entities properties

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