|VCS Scripts: Scripting Vector Attributes: Gv_name|
The Vector graphics method displays a vector plot of a 2D vector field. Vectors are located at the coordinate locations and point in the direction of the data vector field. Vector magnitudes are the product of data vector field lengths and a scaling factor. For more information on the attributes that are common to all the graphics methods, see Scripting Graphics Attributes: G*_name.
specific graphics attributes
is used to define an Vector table entry, or to change some or all of the attributes in an existing Vector table entry.
The attributes specific to the Vector graphics method are as follows:
vector_scale = vector scale value
vector_align = desired alignment (e.g.,`t'=tail, `c'=center, `h'=head)
vector_type = desired vector type (e.g., 1=arrow, 2=solid arrow, 3=wind barb)
ref_vector = n, where n defines the size of the vector (a value of `1.e+20' cues VCS to select an appropriately sized reference vector)
An example of a Vector graphics method script follows: