ir-X is an interactive program that reads the information in the file created by showtherm and then draws an image on the screen. The color of each pixel is based on the temperature of the region that pixel belongs to.
ir-X is designed to be run in an X-windows environment.
The following is an example from an interactive session.
$ ir-X Enter name of file to be read (26 char max) veh.dis Indicate type of color shading to use. 0 - gray 1 - red 2 - black-blue-cyan-green-yellow-white 3 - black-blue-magenta-red-yellow-white 0 Do you wish to create a pix file (0-no, 1-yes)? 0 Zeroing color info array - finished zeroing. Setting up color scale - shades of gray - finished. Reading file - file read. Width: 512 Height: 512 Finding min & max. Minimum: 22.590000 Maximum: 46.830000 Finding pixel bins - found pixel bins. Putting color info in arrays - color info in arrays. $
firpass(1), secpass(1), shapefact(1), all_sf(1), showtherm(1), ir-sgi(1), pictx(1), pictsgi(1), Users Manual for IRPREP (BRL-SP-96), Computer Programs for Generating an Input File for PRISM and Displaying PRISM Results (BRL report in progress)
Susan A. Coates
This software is Copyright (c) 1994-2013 by the United States Government as represented by U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.