uk.ac.starlink.topcat.plot2
Class CubeAxisController

java.lang.Object
  extended by uk.ac.starlink.topcat.plot2.AxisController<P,A>
      extended by uk.ac.starlink.topcat.plot2.CartesianAxisController<uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeSurfaceFactory.Profile,uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeAspect>
          extended by uk.ac.starlink.topcat.plot2.CubeAxisController
All Implemented Interfaces:
Configger

public class CubeAxisController
extends CartesianAxisController<uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeSurfaceFactory.Profile,uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeAspect>

Axis control for cube plot. This operates in two modes, one isotropic (with geometry specified using spherical polar coordinates) and one at least potentially anisotropic (with geometry specified using Cartesian coordinates). Which to use is specified at construction time.

Since:
14 Mar 2013
Author:
Mark Taylor

Constructor Summary
CubeAxisController(boolean isIso)
          Constructor.
 
Method Summary
 uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.config.ConfigMap getConfig()
          Returns the configuration defined by all this object's controls.
protected  boolean logChanged(uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeSurfaceFactory.Profile prof1, uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeSurfaceFactory.Profile prof2)
          Indicates whether the scaling has changed to or from logarithmic for any of the cartesian axes between two profiles.
 void setAspect(uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeAspect aspect)
          Sets the plot aspect which defines the view on the data.
 
Methods inherited from class uk.ac.starlink.topcat.plot2.CartesianAxisController
addLabelsTab, configureForLayers, forceClearRange, getLabelSpecifier
 
Methods inherited from class uk.ac.starlink.topcat.plot2.AxisController
addActionListener, addAspectConfigTab, addControl, addNavigatorTab, assertHasKeys, clearAspect, clearRange, createDataId, getActionForwarder, getAspect, getControls, getMainControl, getNavigator, getRanges, getSurfaceFactory, removeActionListener, setRanges, submitReports, updateState
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

CubeAxisController

public CubeAxisController(boolean isIso)
Constructor.

Parameters:
isIso - true for isotropic, false for anisotropic
Method Detail

setAspect

public void setAspect(uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeAspect aspect)
Description copied from class: AxisController
Sets the plot aspect which defines the view on the data. If not set, it may have to be worked out from config and range inputs.

Overrides:
setAspect in class AxisController<uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeSurfaceFactory.Profile,uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeAspect>
Parameters:
aspect - fixed aspect, or null to clear

getConfig

public uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.config.ConfigMap getConfig()
Description copied from class: AxisController
Returns the configuration defined by all this object's controls.

Specified by:
getConfig in interface Configger
Overrides:
getConfig in class AxisController<uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeSurfaceFactory.Profile,uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeAspect>
Returns:
config map

logChanged

protected boolean logChanged(uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeSurfaceFactory.Profile prof1,
                             uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeSurfaceFactory.Profile prof2)
Description copied from class: CartesianAxisController
Indicates whether the scaling has changed to or from logarithmic for any of the cartesian axes between two profiles. If so, it's going to be necessary to rescale, since attempting a log plot with negative values would fail.

Specified by:
logChanged in class CartesianAxisController<uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeSurfaceFactory.Profile,uk.ac.starlink.ttools.plot2.geom.CubeAspect>
Parameters:
prof1 - first profile
prof2 - second profile
Returns:
true iff some of the axes are log in prof1 and linear in prof2 or vice versa


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