Spherekit: Display

Any field may be displayed using this selection.

Field Name

Select the name of the field to be displayed.

Graph Type

Two types of graphs can be displayed.

An isoline plot is a smoothed contour plot.

-->Grid Plot
A grid plot is an unsmoothed plot that shows the resolution of the underlying data.

No field can be selected if it is desired to show data locations, triangulation, etc. (see Superimpose options) without any overlying field.


Any of the following can be superimposed on a displayed field.

----->Data Values
----->Data Locations
----->Convex hull
----->Regular Grid

The size of the displayed image can be set smaller or larger using this option.

-----> 50%
-----> 100% (default)
-----> 150%

Ocean or water-covered locations can be masked out using this option. Alternatively, land areas can be masked.
-----> No masking (default)
-----> Mask out sea
-----> Mask out land


Select a projection appropriate to your data set. You will be prompted for the corner lat/lon values or any other needed information associated with the projection.


Display Name

If you wish to save the displayed field, it can be given a name using this option. The field is saved as a postscript file.

This selection accesses the on-line help for Spherekit

Using this selection, the metadata for any field can be displayed.

Using this selection, the overview information for Spherekit is displayed.

How To
This selection contains hints on performing certain functions in Spherekit.

Read Me
This selection displays the README file that accompanies Spherekit.

Log File
This selection displays the current log file.

This selection displays the opening screen of Spherekit that contains the credits.