-JG/g projection (General Perspective)
|Status:||In Progress||Start date:||2015-01-27|
|Target version:||Candidate for next bugfix release|
When I use -JG projection, some projection centers cause weird behaviors of latitudinal gridlines (See attached script and images), e.g.
lon0=188.144925731 lat0=80.7167845195 #lon0=210.651901558 #lat0=78.8472134393 #lon0=190.718850211 #lat0=82.2203558311 psbasemap -Rg -JG$lon0/$lat0/1900/0/0/0/170/180/6i -Ba30f10g10/a5f5g5 -P > test.ps
#1 Updated by Paul over 3 years ago
- Status changed from New to Resolved
- Assignee set to Paul
- Target version set to Candidate for next bugfix release
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
Thanks for reporting this bug. I believe I have fixed it in r14037 as all tests currently run. I added one of your examples as a new test script (tests/genper/polar.sh) in case the problem resurface later...
#2 Updated by Chenjian over 3 years ago
Thank you for your time! Unfortunately, this one:
lon0=280.969616634 lat0=58.7193421224 psbasemap -Rg -JG$lon0/$lat0/2513/0/0/0/200/180/6i -Ba30f30g30/a5f5g5NWSE -P > test.ps
still gives those lines. My projection centers and altitudes change with different point picks in a loop. Most results are good though.