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## Re: simple graphic map

**From**: |
Michael A O Ash |

**Subject**: |
Re: simple graphic map |

**Date**: |
Fri, 09 Jun 2000 00:31:19 -0400 (EDT) |

No answer but rather another request.
I have Nx1 vectors X Y Z where X[i] and Y[i] are grid coordinates and Z[i]
is a "height" which I can choose to be continuous or categorical. I would
like to plot (X[i],Y[i]) and use a color scheme for Z[i], e.g., z=1 red,
z=2 orange, z=3 yellow, z=4 green, z=5 blue, z=6 indigo, z=7 violet.
Gnuplot works on my machine. I don't see how to do this with plot and
contour doesn't seem to work on my machine. I thank you in advance for
suggestions or advice.
Best regards,
Michael Ash, Assistant Professor
of Economics and Public Policy address@hidden
Department of Economics tel 413/545-6329 [off]
University of Massachusetts-Amherst 413/545-2921 [fax]
Amherst, MA 01003 http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~maash
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**simple graphic map**, *Neil Ottenstein*, `2000/06/08`
**Re: simple graphic map**,
*Michael A O Ash* **<=**
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