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Commit 9a22de55 authored by Mathias Bavay's avatar Mathias Bavay
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The blue_pink gradient is now an isomorphic gradient and is used for SWE in PNGIO

parent 39dde156
......@@ -520,12 +520,11 @@ void gr_heat::getColor(const double &i_val, double &r, double &g, double &b) con
}
gr_blue_pink::gr_blue_pink(const double& /*i_min*/, const double& /*i_max*/, const bool& /*i_autoscale*/) {
X.push_back(0.); v_h.push_back(0.); v_s.push_back(0.); v_v.push_back(.95); //almost white
X.push_back(0.2); v_h.push_back(172.); v_s.push_back(.4); v_v.push_back(.95); //light blue
X.push_back(.4); v_h.push_back(213.); v_s.push_back(.4); v_v.push_back(.95); //violet
X.push_back(.6); v_h.push_back(255.); v_s.push_back(.4); v_v.push_back(.95); //violet/blue
X.push_back(.8); v_h.push_back(278.); v_s.push_back(.4); v_v.push_back(.95); //violet
X.push_back(1.); v_h.push_back(359.); v_s.push_back(.3); v_v.push_back(.95); //red
//this is an isomorphic gradient
X.push_back(0.); v_h.push_back(179.); v_s.push_back(0.); v_v.push_back(.95); //almost white
X.push_back(0.001); v_h.push_back(179.); v_s.push_back(.25); v_v.push_back(.95); //light blue
X.push_back(.4); v_h.push_back(230.); v_s.push_back(.67); v_v.push_back(.95); //dark blue
X.push_back(1.); v_h.push_back(281.); v_s.push_back(.7); v_v.push_back(.95); //bright violet
}
gr_freeze::gr_freeze(const double& i_min, const double& i_max, const bool& /*i_autoscale*/) {
......@@ -582,6 +581,7 @@ gr_blue::gr_blue(const double& /*i_min*/, const double& /*i_max*/, const bool& /
}
gr_bg_isomorphic::gr_bg_isomorphic(const double& /*i_min*/, const double& /*i_max*/, const bool& /*i_autoscale*/) {
//this is an isomorphic gradient
X.push_back(0.); v_h.push_back(47.); v_s.push_back(.92); v_v.push_back(0.); //black
X.push_back(.5); v_h.push_back(178.); v_s.push_back(.58); v_v.push_back(.67); //light blue
X.push_back(1.); v_h.push_back(84.); v_s.push_back(.67); v_v.push_back(1.); //light green
......
......@@ -186,7 +186,7 @@ class Gradient {
azi, ///< suitable to represent slope azimuth. In autoscale, it becomes a two color gradient
heat, ///< the traditional heat gradient (with all its associated shortcomings)
freeze, ///< two, two-color gradients with a sharp transition at 0
blue_pink, ///< blue to pink gradient
blue_pink, ///< blue to pink gradient, isomorphic gradient
pastel, ///< same color scale as "slope" but linear
bg_isomorphic, ///< drak-blue to light-green isomorphic gradient
bluewhitered, ///< blue to white, then white to red
......
......@@ -597,7 +597,7 @@ void PNGIO::write2DGrid(const Grid2DObject& grid_in, const MeteoGrids::Parameter
if(!autoscale) {
min = 0.; max = 250.;
}
gradient.set(Gradient::blue, min, max, autoscale);
gradient.set(Gradient::blue_pink, min, max, autoscale);
} else {
gradient.set(Gradient::heat, min, max, autoscale);
}
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