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Thumbnails of ChIPS examples

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Example 1
[Plot two columns from a file]
Example 2
[A radial profile drawn as a histogram]
Example 3
[Contour an image using the WCS axes]
Example 4
[Display an image with a color bar]
Example 5
[Two curves in a plot]
Example 6
[Multiple histograms within a plot]
Example 7
[Reading in data from FITS and ASCII files]
Example 8
[Use the sky coordinate system to contour an image]
Example 9
[Display an image and overlay contours]
Example 10
[Placing one plot within another plot]
Example 11
[Plotting related values in a strip chart]
Example 12
[Using a filled region (solid) to show the error bounds]
Example 13
[Filling a region with a pattern to show the error bounds]
Example 14
[Display a three-color image]
Example 15
[Re-sizing a plot to match the aspect ratio of an image]
Example 16
[Moving an axis, plotting a cumulative distribution, and using Sherpa]
Example 1
[A curve marked with symbols and connected by a red line]
Example 2
[A curve marked with diamonds]
Example 3
[A curve connected by a dotted line]
Example 4
[A curve showing the full range of options]
Example 1
[Two curves in the same plot]
Example 2
[Two curves in the same plot, one with error bars]
Example 1
[Displaying (x,y) data points as a histogram]
Example 2
[Displaying (xlow,xhigh,y) data points as a histogram]
Example 3
[A histogram which shows the bin edges]
Example 4
[A histogram showing the full range of options]
Example 5
[Filling a histogram with a pattern]
Example 6
[Comparing two histograms]
Example 1
[A simple contor plot]
Example 2
[Two sets of contours in the same plot]
Example 3
[Contouring an image using the WCS information]
Example 4
[Displaying contours from DS9]
Example 1
[Overlay Chandra contours on an optical image]
Example 2
[The alpha channel can be used to blend together multiple images]
Example 3
[Show the different colormaps available within ChIPS]
Example 4
[Using extra colormaps, read from a file ]
Example 5
[Creating a color map directly]
Example 6
[Adjusting the alpha values to hide low-signal data]
Example 7
[Overlay a plot on an image]
Example 8
[WCS Axis grids]
Example 9
[Create a grid of thumbnail images of Chandra sources]
Example 1
[Data, fit, and residuals]
Example 2
[Data, residuals, and contours in one frame]
Example 3
[Data and residuals in one frame, contours in another]
Example 4
[A scatterplot of the Fisher Iris data set]
Example 1
[Using regular-sided regions to show the fill styles provided by ChIPS]
Example 2
[Using regions to display the field-of-view files of a Chandra observation]
Example 3
[Comparing Chandra and Suzaku observations]
Example 4
[The COSMOS survey]
Example 1
[Three datasets in separate plots with a common axis]
Example 2
[Three datasets in separated plots]
Example 3
[Three datasets in separate plots with a hidden X axis]
Example 4
[A grid where the plots share axes and the plot sizes are different]
Example 1
[Symmetric Y errors]
Example 2
[Errors for both the X and Y axes]
Example 3
[A histogram with errors and symbols]
Example 1
[The default plot style is to show all four axes (closed)]
Example 2
[The open plot style only displays two axes]
Example 3
[The boxed plot style draws a box around the plot]
Example 4
[Numeric labels (ticklabels) on all four axes]
Example 5
[Rotating the numbers along an axis]
Example 6
[Changing the format used to display the labels]
Example 7
[Using sexagesimal notation for the axis labels]
Example 8
[Changing the number of major tick marks (using mode=interval)]
Example 9
[Changing the number of major tick marks (using mode=count)]
Example 10
[Displaying a grid at the major tick mark locations]
Example 11
[Add a grid at the major and minor tick mark locations]
Example 12
[Grids work with logarithmically-scaled axes too]
Example 13
[Change the axis labels to use strings rather than numbers]
Example 14
[Adding a background to a plot]
Example 1
[Using a line to indicate an axis]
Example 2
[Adding an extra axis to a plot]
Example 3
[Adding extra axes to a plot]
Example 4
[A single plot containing two datasets with a common axis]
Example 5
[Two y axes on the left of the plot]
Example 6
[Creating axes using a WCS transform]
Example 1
[Moving the y axis]
Example 2
[Moving the axes so they go through (0,0)]
Example 3
[Adjusting axis labels]
Example 4
[Moving the axes and using a boxed border]
Example 5
[Moving the axes with an open border]
Example 6
[Move axes away from the plot]
Example 7
[Move axes away from the plot]
Example 8
[Moving axes away from an image]

Last modified: 14 December 2016
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