3 edition of An interactive interface for NCAR graphics found in the catalog.
An interactive interface for NCAR graphics
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Bill Buzbee, Bob Lackman, and Ethan Alpert.|
|Series||CR -- 189383., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-189383.|
|Contributions||Lackman, Bob., Alpert, Ethan., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Apparently this book "assembles the best of recent graphic user interface design", which I would disagree with. Some of the projects are great, and it's good to have them in book form but some of them don't seem that recent - the industry shifted from skeuomorphism 3 years ago (but I do understand it's impossible to keep a digital design book relevant).Reviews: 6. In this book, the authors explore multiple perspectives on computer graphics; the user's, the application programmer's, the package implementor's, and the hardware designer's. For example, the issues of user-centered design are expertly addressed in three chapters on interaction techniques, dialogue design, and user interface software.4/5(25).
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NCAR Graphics is a collection of graphics libraries that support the display of scientific data. Several interfaces are available for visualizing data: The low-level utilities (LLUs) are the traditional C and Fortran interfaces for contouring, mapping, drawing field flows, drawing surfaces, drawing histograms, drawing X/Y plots, labeling, and more.
Low-Level Utilities Interface. NCAR Graphics continues to provide about low-level plotting routines. Both Fortran and C bindings will continue to support your NCAR Graphics code in an upwardly compatible manner.
Diverse functionality for superior visualizations NCAR Graphics is a leader in the market of scientific functionality. It's a learning tool for beginning and intermediate users of the Fortran interface to NCAR Graphics.
It gives examples and describes how to use all routines in the Areas, Ezmap, and Conpack utilities. Users combine these routines to prepare NCAR Graphics programs. Introduction to Computer Graphics is a free, on-line textbook covering the fundamentals of computer graphics and computer graphics programming.
This book is meant for use as a textbook in a one-semester course that would typically be taken by undergraduate computer science majors in their third or fourth year of : David J. Eck. Interactive interface for National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Graphics NCAR Graphics is a FORTRAN 77 library of over 30 high-level graphics modules which are heavily used by science and engineering researchers at over sites world-wide including many universities and government agencies.
These Earth science oriented modules Author: Robert L. Lackman and William Buzbee. NCAR Graphics is thoroughly documented in: Programmer documents for some of the graphical utilities (also known as the Low Level Utilities or LLUs) - these documents are the software developers' reference notes and are provided for users who want to explore the information that developers use to maintain a utility's source code.
To compile your NCAR Graphics C program with the GKS C-bindings, use the application ncargcc. ncargcc will take care of loading in the necessary C/Fortran interface libraries as well as the NCAR Graphics C and Fortran libraries.
An example of a C program that calls some of the NCAR Graphics GKS C-bindings has been provided. What's new in NCAR Graphics This page describes new features in NCAR Graphics versions x and x that were added since version was released in August What's new in (released Mar ) What's new in (released Nov ) What's new in (released Jun ) What's new in (released Feb ).
In the early s NCAR rented a CDC GRID (Graphical Interactive Display) to investigate the potential of interactive graphics in atmospheric research. This device was a very early monochrome graphics terminal. It had an attached light pen that could be used for extracting X/Y coordinates from the screen to be used in a running program.
National Center for Atmospheric Research now in its 17th year, 3) the availability of books on Python for scientists, and 4) the increasing optional arguments, a robust interactive interface, generators, exception handling, and built-in debugging and testing.
The Python community has a rapidly growing base of scientific software. Interactive climate/weather analysis webpages at other sites.
Point and Click or text interfaces to United States station data climatologies of temperature, precipitation and other variables where available. from the NCEP/NCAR Reanalysis and animate recent EP Flux values. Distributions: Plot distributions of daily climate data.
NCAR Graphics: a programming language designed specifically for the visualization of scientific data. Please note that NCAR Graphics is no longer supported, and that this website continues to exist solely for reference. Our current project is GeoCAT, a collection of Python packages related to NCL.
Get this from a library. An interactive interface for NCAR graphics: final report on NASA/AISRP proposal order no. [Bill Buzbee; Bob Lackman; Ethan Alpert; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].
NCL GSN_CSM Interface Documentation. Difference between gsn generic and gsn_csm interfaces The gsn_csm interfaces create more customized visualizations than the gsn generic interfaces, and, where possible, metadata is used for automatic labeling and coordinate information.
A book written in still remaining one of the best style guides for web interfaces. How to plan, develop and manage a website or web project; Information on web teams and on interface design; Highly readable, this book is overflowing with examples and is beneficial for a.
NCAR Graphics is primarily a graphics package, with some limited data analysis through the Ngmath package. It is strictly library based, which means you need to write a Fortran or C program in order to use it.
NCL is a graphics, data analysis, and file input/output package. It is a language, so you need to write NCL scripts to use it. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Principles of interactive computer graphics Item Preview remove-circle. Steven K. Feiner is a Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University, where he directs the Computer Graphics and User Interfaces Lab and co-directs the Columbia Vision and Graphics Center.
His research addresses 3D user interfaces, augmented reality, wearable computing, and many topics at the intersection of human-computer interaction and Reviews: If people don’t see feedback, they assume the graphic isn’t working. Some interactive graphic interfaces present a sequence of steps, which can be a good way to help people navigate and use the graphic.
The ability to return to the default state is crucial. Interactive graphics are an opportunity to manipulate things and see results. These sections are 'The Code for the NCAR Graphics Package" and "How to Begin Using NCAR Graphics." 2.
Finish reading this section of the Installer's Guide. 3. If you are installing the UNIX version, follow the instructions in the "Release Notice: NCAR Graphics - UNIX .4D2 4d2 is an interactive visualization tool for time-dependent 3D CFD data containing scalar and vector fields on rectangular grids, and for particle data.
NCAR Graphics NCAR Graphics has been distributed to about 1, sites around the world. At its heart lie over two dozen high-level C and Fortran-callable utilities for contouring, mapping.providing toolkits of useful interface controls called widgets. Java Swing provides high-level organizational components that specify the overall layout of a graphical interface, such as the main window of the example in Figureas well as a variety of common interface controls, such as buttons, sliders, text labels and text input boxes.