Previous PageNext Page

3.5. View menu

View Zoom In

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

View Zoom Out

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

View Zoom Previous

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

View Zoom Image

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

View Zoom Feature

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

View Zoom Lat/Long

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

View Pan Up

View Pan Down

View Pan Left

View Pan Right

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

View Graph Image Series

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

The graph is displayed in the lower-right corner of the main window at the default window size set by Options Define Window Size, but can be moved, resized, or even tiled with Window Tile Vertically or Window Tile Horizontally.

The y-axis range is determined by the cumulative range of values for the selected pixels and grows as that range of values grows.

The series of images are extracted from a file-name list file. Multiple curves can be displayed by creating several columns of image names in the list file (up to 15 columns). This can be used to compare the current year to previous years, or a series of average images. The row names in the first column of the list file are used as x-axis labels. If a given image does not exist, that value for that image is skipped over. Therefore, it is okay to create a complete list of image names even before all of the images exist, therefore eliminating the need to re-create the image list every time a new image is added. See File-name list files for more information on how to create a list of image files for this function.

View Graph Map Data

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

The graph is displayed in the lower-right corner of the main window at the default window size set by Options Define Window Size, but can be moved, resized, or even tiled with Window Tile Vertically or Window Tile Horizontally.

The tables should be quote/comma-delimited ASCII files with field names in the first row and row names in the first column that match map feature names. The y-axis range is determined by the range of all values in the listed tables.

The series of tables are extracted from a file-name list file. Multiple curves can be displayed by creating several rows of table names in the list file (up to 15 rows). The row names in the first column will be used as curve labels in the graph legend. See File-name list files (§ 2.7.1.) for more information on how to create a list of stats tables for this function.

View Graph Histogram

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks

View Redraw

Purpose

Parameters

Remarks


Previous PageTop Of PageNext Page
This manual was prepared by the Global Information and Early Warning System of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization
© FAO/GIEWS - 1999
E-mail: Giews1@fao.org