Specify the height of all rows of plots created by split or grid_objects.
adjust_grid_yrelsizes(heights) adjust_grid_yrelsizes(id, heights)
The function arguments.
|heights||An array containing the relative heights of each row, starting at the top.|
|id||A ChipsId structure identifying the item.|
The adjust_grid_yrelsizes command changes the size of all rows of plots in a frame created by split or grid_objects, using the values supplied in the heights parameter. The relational heights of all rows must be specified. For each row i, the height is calculated as
heights[i] * unit_height
available_area = 1 - (top_margin + bottom_margin + (num_rows-1)*ygapsize)
arraysum = heights + heights + .. + heights[n]
unit_height = available_area / arraysum
Since the rows are adjusted based on ratios of the heights, the scale of the values is not important. The arrays "[3,6,12]", "[.1,.2,.4]", and "[500,100,200]" all produce the same row height: the rows double in size as they move from top to bottom.
To change the spacing between the plots, use the adjust_grid_gaps command.
chips> split(3,3) chips> adjust_grid_yrelsizes([1,2,2])
A split command is issued to create a grid of 9 plots. The adjust_grid_yrelsizes command sets the height of the second and third rows of plots to be double the height of the first row.
Set the heights of two rows of plots to be equal.
See the bugs pages on the ChIPS website for an up-to-date listing of known bugs.
- add_plot, adjust_grid_gaps, adjust_grid_xrelsize, adjust_grid_xrelsizes, adjust_grid_yrelsize, clear_plot, current_plot, delete_plot, display_plot, get_plot, grid_objects, hide_plot, move_plot, reposition_plot, set_data_aspect_ratio, set_plot, set_plot_aspect_ratio, split, strip_chart, swap_object_positions