Geomview For Windows?
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Dear Tamara, Thanks very much for that advice; I did manage to get a nice picture of my map. A couple of questions though - can you adjust the scale on the drawing? My data has width 36, length 36 and height 0.5, so it looks a bit on the flat side. I did alter the data so I could get a reasonable picture, but I wondered if I could get geomview to do this. Also, is there some way of getting geomview to put some marked axis on, to give the viewer an indication of values? The situation here is that basically we have none of geomview at the moment. I am sysadmin of the Silicon Graphics machine we have at the momennt, and probably of a couple more we'll be getting in the future. I just recently got geomview-only.tar.Z for my own personal benefit, but it looks as if it might have a lot of use for a lot of other people. (But if I tell them they'll want to use this lovely machine even more!) Thanks again, Mike Smith Yes: the mouse-driven scaling is uniform, but you can scale in just the z direction with an explicit scale command. If you start up the program with "geomview -c -", geomview will read commands from the tty. The command "(scale <objectname> 1 1 <zfactor>)" should do it. The Transformer external module will also let you do this using a command panel, but that's not included with the geomview-only distribution. You could grab it separately: it's in transformer.tar.Z.
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