Is plplot a real equivalent to matlab? of course not, it is better!
But, well, am I in front of an issue that may change my mind?
NO, it's impossible!! so please, help me!
Is there a plplot equivalent to the matlab function FILL?:
FILL Filled 2-D polygons.
FILL(X,Y,C) fills the 2-D polygon defined by vectors X and Y
with the color specified by C. The vertices of the polygon
are specified by pairs of components of X and Y. If necessary,
the polygon is closed by connecting the last vertex to the first.
I'm using PDL plplot interface and i would like to plot an image pixel
(the pixels of this image are rectangular and have different sizes).
I've read plplot doc, have a look to x15.pl and x16.pl examples but,
I have not understood anaything.
Anyway, I've found a VERY INEFFICIENT way to do it:
$z is my image, (Xpos* and Ypos*) are the limits of each pixels
$w = ones(2,2)*$z($k);
$cont_color, $cont_width, 1, 0, 0, 0);
Anyway, since $Nbpix is 512*100, the display takes a long time....
Perhaps there is a way with \&pltr(1or2) and $cgrid(1or2) as in the
but i did not understand the impact on the surface....
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