[Scilab-users] Isoview in GUI - Scilab 6.1.0

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[Scilab-users] Isoview in GUI - Scilab 6.1.0

Hello,

 

I’ve seen that syntax change for the isoview in scilab 6.1.0 :

isoview(gcf(), "on")                        // Scilab 6.1.0

In that case I must take a new time bounds in Nyquist and positionning 0 dB, 3 dB and so on

 

In my GUI, I personnaly prefer this fonction in scilab 5.5.2, where I can fixe limits for the drawing

isoview(-1.0,1.0,-1.0,1.0);            // Scilab 5.5.2

So I’ve done a copy of isoview Scilab 5.5.2, call Isoview, and automaticcaly load at scilab 6.1.0 in the scilab.ini of SCIHOME

 

I hope this solution will be sustainable

 

Isoview in GUI - Scilab 5.5.2

 

 

Best regards

 


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Re: Isoview in GUI - Scilab 6.1.0

Hello Pierre,

The former isoview() implementation mixed some poor isometrical tuning, with some unrelated rebounding action.
This is why both types of actions have been split:
Users were warned about this isoview change for 3 years.

So, the replacement for the former isoview([xmin,xmax,ymin,ymax]) is simply
isoview
replot([xmin,ymin,xmax,ymax])
with extended features with bounds values.

Maybe you think that replot() is not a nice name, not describing the actual action of replot().
I would definitively agree. But reframing axes has aways been its dedicated action.
And isoview() wasn't the right name to support (poor) rebounding features, either

I hope you will appreciate and use recent isoview and replot features, separately.

Best regards
Samuel

Le 27/02/2020 à 12:18, Perrichon a écrit :

Hello,

 

I’ve seen that syntax change for the isoview in scilab 6.1.0 :

isoview(gcf(), "on")                        // Scilab 6.1.0

In that case I must take a new time bounds in Nyquist and positionning 0 dB, 3 dB and so on

 

In my GUI, I personnaly prefer this fonction in scilab 5.5.2, where I can fixe limits for the drawing

isoview(-1.0,1.0,-1.0,1.0);            // Scilab 5.5.2

So I’ve done a copy of isoview Scilab 5.5.2, call Isoview, and automaticcaly load at scilab 6.1.0 in the scilab.ini of SCIHOME

 

I hope this solution will be sustainable

 

Isoview in GUI - Scilab 5.5.2

 

 

Best regards

 


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Hello Samuel

 

It’s OK.

I get exactly the same shape

 

Thanks you so much

 

Pierre P.

 

 

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Hello Pierre,


The former isoview() implementation mixed some poor isometrical tuning, with some unrelated rebounding action.

This is why both types of actions have been split:

Users were warned about this isoview change for 3 years.

So, the replacement for the former isoview([xmin,xmax,ymin,ymax]) is simply
isoview
replot([xmin,ymin,xmax,ymax])
with extended features with bounds values.

Maybe you think that replot() is not a nice name, not describing the actual action of replot().
I would definitively agree. But reframing axes has aways been its dedicated action.
And isoview() wasn't the right name to support (poor) rebounding features, either

I hope you will appreciate and use recent isoview and replot features, separately.

Best regards
Samuel

Le 27/02/2020 à 12:18, Perrichon a écrit :

Hello,

 

I’ve seen that syntax change for the isoview in scilab 6.1.0 :

isoview(gcf(), "on")                        // Scilab 6.1.0

In that case I must take a new time bounds in Nyquist and positionning 0 dB, 3 dB and so on

 

In my GUI, I personnaly prefer this fonction in scilab 5.5.2, where I can fixe limits for the drawing

isoview(-1.0,1.0,-1.0,1.0);            // Scilab 5.5.2

So I’ve done a copy of isoview Scilab 5.5.2, call Isoview, and automaticcaly load at scilab 6.1.0 in the scilab.ini of SCIHOME

 

I hope this solution will be sustainable

 

Isoview in GUI - Scilab 5.5.2

 

 

Best regards

 



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