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    sounds good to me; thanks for the information! ...

    sounds good to me;
    thanks for the information!
    allan
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    Hi Solargus; EXTREMA would not work anyway since...

    Hi Solargus;
    EXTREMA would not work anyway since it gives local extrema, not a sorted list.
    Continuing with the previous example, you can instead do
    pm, frequency((sort(-double(power)))(0:3))...
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    Hi Solargus; You were very close. Below is a...

    Hi Solargus;
    You were very close.
    Below is a working example for you.
    Please note the following changes from your original code:
    (a) t is a double so integer division is not used to get fs;
    (b)...
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    ok, below is an example for a general case, where...

    ok, below is an example for a general case, where x and y vectors are used,
    and where these vectors have different lengths and have random spacing;

    a different 'warped dist' will appear each time...
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    then i copied a.pro to b.pro, changed the size of...

    then i copied a.pro to b.pro, changed the size of the dist(),
    and repeatedly did
    @a
    @b
    @a
    @b
    .
    .
    .
    again without incident;
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    weird, what is your platform and version of wave?...

    weird, what is your platform and version of wave?
    i just put my last example in a file a.pro and then did
    @a
    thirty or forty times with incident . . .
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    you are welcome, and please find below an...

    you are welcome,
    and please find below an example related to your latest question,
    where the surface is shaded according to height;

    a = dist(10)
    poly_surf, a, v, p, n
    i =...
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    The SET_SHADING Gouraud keyword does not affect...

    The SET_SHADING Gouraud keyword does not affect SHADE_SURF,
    and the documentation does not claim that it does. It claims only to
    effect POLYSHADE; this will be made more explicit in a future...
  9. Thread: Pattern Matching

    by allan
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    below is some code similar to what spinman...

    below is some code similar to what spinman suggested but probably faster;
    instead of looping over the container array, it loops over those elements of
    the container array which match the first...
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    you are welcome, hcrisp

    you are welcome, hcrisp
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    sorry, the last paragraph should read: the...

    sorry, the last paragraph should read:

    the last few examples show that the syntax a(i,j) is more
    general than a(k,m,0) since it is not restricted to a grid;
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    WAVE does index permutations if subscripts are of...

    WAVE does index permutations if subscripts are of mixed type,
    i.e. not all arrays:

    rows = [1,2,3]
    cols = [1,3,5]
    aa = intarr(5,5)
    aa(rows, cols, 0) = 8
    pm, aa

    the '0' subscript in the 3rd...
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    correct again, this is a bug; it is fixed now...

    correct again, this is a bug;
    it is fixed now though, and the fix will be in the next full release of pv-wave;
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    you are correct, this is a bug; it is fixed as...

    you are correct, this is a bug;
    it is fixed as of now though,
    and the fix will appear in the next full release of pv-wave;
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    it is in version 9.01 but will work in version...

    it is in version 9.01 but will work in version 9.00;
    you can get pntnhull.pro from
    ftp://ftp.vni.com/VNI/wave_patches/wave_index.html
    at the link entitled
    Architecture Independent...
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    there is wave/lib/user/examples/pntnhull.pro...

    there is wave/lib/user/examples/pntnhull.pro which is an
    incomplete attempt at an n-d convex hull routine, but it
    works just fine for n<3
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    thanks for the concise description hcrisp; you...

    thanks for the concise description hcrisp;
    you are correct that it is a bug,
    and i have filed the change-request to have it fixed;
    allan
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    you are welcome, hcrisp; i should point out that...

    you are welcome, hcrisp;
    i should point out that interpreter efficiency may be the
    reason that kernel routines do not use wrapper-friendly
    keyword logic; the pv-wave interpreter has low-overhead...
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    good catch, hcrisp; in firfilt.pro offset was...

    good catch, hcrisp;

    in firfilt.pro offset was processed like:

    IF KEYWORD_SET(offset) THEN shft = LONG(offset(0)) $
    ELSE shft = length_filt/2
    IF param_present(offset) AND (NOT...
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    it looks like the algorithm produced a sqrt(-1)...

    it looks like the algorithm produced a sqrt(-1) which can
    occur if the problem is ill-posed and/or represented with
    data of insufficient precision, so the easiest potential
    workaround would be to...
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    hi spinman; the "unable to allocate memory"...

    hi spinman;
    the "unable to allocate memory" error means just what
    you might expect: no more system memory is available
    for the pv-wave process; to avoid a loop, whereinvec.pro
    does a tensor_eq...
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    i cannot reproduce the error you reported; fft()...

    i cannot reproduce the error you reported;
    fft() is as good as fftcomp() and it is more general
    since it can accommodate arrays of arbitrary dimension;
    note though that when using fft(), it is...
  23. Thread: hcrisp

    by allan
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    you are welcome, hcrisp; you are right about...

    you are welcome, hcrisp;
    you are right about bilinear(), but i did not suggest it
    because it requires the normalization you mentioned;
    also, intrp() can be much faster than bilinear() when
    the...
  24. Thread: hcrisp

    by allan
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    the following will do bilinear interpolation for...

    the following will do bilinear interpolation for this problem

    for i=0,2 do pm, intrp(intrp(elev,0,walk(0,i),z=m),1,walk(1,i),z=n)

    allan
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    > KEYWORD_SET will not work in cases where 0 is...

    > KEYWORD_SET will not work in cases where 0 is passed
    > as the mykey value and I first need to check if the key
    > was defined.

    in this case you can do:
    if n_elements(mykey) ne 0 then if...
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