pscoast skip Antarctica (-A0+as)
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Skipping all GSHHG features south of 60°S doesn't work correctly if the resolution was set to crude.
gmt pscoast -JN0/18 -Rg -Bg60/g30 -Dl -W1,0 -A0+as > test1.ps
works as expected, while
gmt pscoast -JN0/18 -Rg -Bg60/g30 -Dc -W1,0 -A0+as > test2.ps
truncates the tip of South America.
#1 Updated by Paul about 5 years ago
- Status changed from New to In Progress
Yes, I can see that happening. The crude GSHHG data are binned at 20 x 20 degree bins so that means 50S to 70S, and 70S to 90S. The next resolution up (low) is at 10 and everything higher will also have a bin boundary at 60S. There is nothing I can do but add a check that prevents you from using this combination of crude and -A+as.