legend creates a legend with descriptive labels for each plotted data series. For the labels, the legend uses the text from the DisplayName properties of the data series. If the DisplayName property is empty, then the legend uses a label of the form 'dataN'. The legend automatically updates when you add or delete data series from the axes. This command creates a legend in the current axes, which is returned by the gca command. If the current axes is empty, then the legend is empty. If no axes exist, then legend creates a Cartesian axes.
legend(subset,___) only includes items in the legend for the data series listed in subset. Specify subset as a vector of graphics objects. You can specify subset before specifying the labels or with no other input arguments.
If you add or delete a data series from the axes, the legend updates accordingly. Control the label for the new data series by setting the DisplayName property as a name-value pair during creation. If you do not specify a label, then the legend uses a label of the form 'dataN'.
Target for legend, specified as an Axes object, a PolarAxes object, a GeographicAxes object, or a standalone visualization with a LegendVisible property, such as a GeographicBubbleChart object. If you do not specify the target, then the legend function uses the object returned by the gca command as the target.
Recalling the legend function does not reset legend properties, such as the location or orientation. If a legend exists, then the legend function updates the existing legend. An Axes object can have only one legend.
When you call the legend function and specify a label as an empty character vector, an empty string, or an empty element in a cell array or string array, the corresponding entry is omitted from the legend. In R2020b and earlier releases, the entry appears in the legend without a label.
To keep an entry in the legend without a label, include a space character in the label. For example, to update the preceding code, specify the last label as a character vector containing a space (' ').legend('sin(x)','sin(x+1)',' ')
Starting in R2018b, if you pass an argument to the legend function that matches the name of a legend property, the function interprets the argument as the name of a name-value pair. In previous releases, the legend function recognized name-value pairs only when the first argument was a cell array.
As a result of this change, in most cases, it is unnecessary to specify the first argument as a cell array when using name-value pairs. However, if you want a label in your legend that matches the name of a legend property, such as Position or NumColumns, then you must specify all the labels in a cell array. Otherwise, the legend function interprets the argument as a name-value pair instead of a label.
If you want a label in your legend that matches the name of a legend property, such as 'NumColumns', then specify all the labels in a cell array. If you specify 'NumColumns' outside of a cell array, the legend function interprets it as a name-value pair.
Starting in R2017a, the legend automatically updates when you add or remove data series from the axes. If you do not want the legend to automatically update, set the AutoUpdate property of the legend to 'off'.lgd = legend;lgd.AutoUpdate = 'off';
This syntax creates a legend that does not support some functionality introduced in R2014b or later. For example, you cannot add a title to the legend or specify the number of legend columns. Also, the legend does not automatically update when you add or remove data series from the axes.
This section describes the basic elements of viewsthat you can create in Tableau. You can show or hide parts of the view as needed (described below). Every view has a table in some form, which may include rows, columns, headers, axes, panes, cells, and marks. Views can optionally include tooltips, titles, captions, field labels, and legends.
Not only do legends help you understand encodings, you can alsouse legends to sort, filter, and highlight specific sets of data. For more information, see Legend Highlighting(Link opens in a new window).
If you include the Measure Values and Measure names fields in your views, you can create either a single combined color legend or separate color legends for your measures. If you drag the Measure Values field to Color on the Marks card, by default Tableau creates a single color legend that applies one color palette to all marks in the view. If you want to differentiate certain measures in the view you can create separate color legends for the measures and assign a unique color palette to each legend.
I tested the prison life side of it, and I'm rather shocked, it's really got nothing unique... the "hub" is more of just a ninja legends script than a viable script for prison life.If you take a look at the code itself, first of all you lack the M4A1 (I had to add it myself). I honestly think you can put a lot more work into this rather than simple features.Features of the PL script for those wondering;Give gun (selection of AK, M9 and Rem 870)Gun Mod (selection of AK, M9 and Rem 870)WalkSpeedJumpPower
Use the option on the File menu to export a plot as-is to PDF or other image file. For better quality (i.e. not formatted for the current window shape)and fine control (e.g. add custom legend text, etc), export the script, edit and then run it separately.The Script Preview tab also gives a convenient way to view the script for the current plot,and preview exactly what it will produce when run:
The vest has a little bit of lore attached to it with flavor text, and it comes with two mod slots, including one that is 17% explosion reduction damage, a built-in legendary mod. We have seen armor patched in during past updates, but things like the MaxTac armor was bad with low rarity and few mod slots. This is much better than that.
The top left button of the toolbar opens a new Map DisplayWindow. Each map display has a unique set of layers to displayand region settings. Other toolbar buttons add layers of differenttypes for display in the selected map display window. There areadditional buttons for saving or opening workspace file, and others.Map layers are listed in the window frame below the toolbar. Layers caninclude raster and vector maps, vector labels, and commands (where any GRASS command can be written). Layers are displayed as arranged in the layer tree: the bottom layer is displayed first and the top layer is displayed last, as if the layers were a series of stacked overlays.The check box to the left of each layer makes it active or inactivefor display. Only active layers are displayed/redisplayed when thedisplay button is pressed. Layers can be organized into groups; entiregroups can be activated or deactivated for display. Layer treecomposition can be saved to a workspace file and opened in subsequentsessions, restoring all layers and their display options.A right mouse click on a layer or left clicking the button to the right of the layer opens a dropdown menu with options to remove or rename the layer (not the actual map), change its display properties (d.rast and d.vect options such as color, symbol, etc.), show its metadata (r.info, v.info) or attributes, if applicable.A left mouse double click on a layer opens GUI for its display options These options are those for the d.* command for each layer type (d.rast, d.vect, or d.grid, for example).Layer Manager Toolbar Start new map display Opens a new map display and creates empty layer tree tab in Layer Manager. Create new workspace Removes all layers from the layer tree and creates a new, empty tree where new layers can be added. Open existing workspace file Opens an previously saved workspace file, containing a set of display layers and their option settings. Save current workspace to file Saves current set of layers and their options to a workspace file. Load map layers into workspace Loads selected raster or vector maps into current layer tree. Add raster map layer Adds raster map to layer tree, see d.rast. Add various raster map layers (RGB, HIS, shaded relief...) Opens a dropdown menu that allows user to select to: Add 3D raster map layer Adds 3D raster map to layer tree. Add RGB raster layer Combines and displays three raster maps defined as red, green, and blue channels to create an RGB color map, see d.rgb. Add HIS raster layer Combines and displays two or three raster maps defined as hue,intensity, and (optionally) saturation channels to create a color map,see d.his. Add shaded relief raster map layer Adds shaded relief raster map layer, see r.relief and d.shade. Add raster arrows layer Adds map of raster cells with directional arrows drawn. Arrowdirection and length are determined by separate aspect/directional mapand (optional) slope/intensity map,see d.rast.arrow. Add raster numbers layer Adds map of raster cells with numbers representing the cell values, see d.rast.num. Add vector map layer Adds a vector map layer, see d.vect. Add various vector map layers (thematic, chart...) Opens a dropdown menu that allows user to select to: Add thematic area (choropleth) map layer (for all vector types) Adds layer for thematic display values from a numeric attributecolumn associated with a vector map. Options include: thematic displaytype (graduated colors or point sizes), methods for creating displayintervals, SQL query of attribute column to limit vector objects todisplay, control of point icon types and sizes, control of thematiccolor schemes, creation of legend for thematic map, and saving theresults of thematic mapping to a ps.map instructions file for laterprinting,see d.vect.thematic. Add thematic chart layer (for vector points) Adds layer in which pie or bar charts can be automatically createdat vector point locations. Charts display values from selected columnsin the associated attribute table. Options include: chart type, layerand attributes to chart, chart colors, and chart size (fixed or basedon attribute column),see d.vect.chart. Add group Adds an empty group. Layers can then be added to the group. Add grid or vector labels overlay Opens a dropdown menu that allows user to select to: Add overlay grids and lines Adds layer to display regular grid (for all locations)see d.grid Add labels layer for vector objects (from existing labels file) Add a layer of text from a labels file for vector objectscreated with the v.label module. A labels file can also be created with a text editor, see d.labels. Add geodesic line layer Add layer to display geodesic line for latitude/longitude locations only,see d.geodesic Add rhumbline layerAdd layer to display rhumblines (for latitude/longitude locations only), see d.rhumbline. Add command layer Adds a layer in which a GRASS GIS command or command list can be entered.For a command list use the semi-colon (";") symbol as a separator.For example:d.rast soils;d.rast -o roads;d.vect streams col=blueNote that when an option of the command contains spaces, you need to"escape" them with the backslash ('\') character, for example:d.text text=Population\ density Delete selected layer Removes selected map layer or map layer group from layer tree. Edit vector maps Opens vector digitizer to allow editing selected vector map. Show attribute table Opens attribute table manager for selected vector map. Import raster or vector data Import raster data Import selected raster data into GRASS using r.in.gdal and load them into current layer tree. Link external raster data Link selected external raster data as GRASS raster maps (using r.external) and load them into current layer tree. Set raster output format Define external format for newly created raster maps (see r.external.out for details) Import vector data Import selected vector data into GRASS using v.in.ogr and load them into current layer tree. Link external vector data Link selected external vector data as GRASS vector maps (using v.external) and load them into current layer tree. Set vector output format Define external format for newly created vector maps (see v.external.out for details) Raster Map Calculator Launches Raster Calculator GUI front-end for r.mapcalc. Graphical Modeler Launches graphical modeler to create models and run them. Georectifier Tool Launches GCP Manager to create, edit, and manage Ground Control Points. Cartographic Composer Launches Cartographic Composer to create interactively hardcopy map outputs. Show GUI settings Opens dialog to change GUI settings. Show help Opens GRASS manual.Map Display WindowThe map display window includes toolbar that can be docked and undocked from the window, a map canvas where a map composition of one or more layers is displayed, and a statusbar with information about the geographic region ofthe maps displayed. Figure: Map Display screenshot on UbuntuEach Map Display Window has a unique layer tree (in the layer manager) and geographic region setting. At the top of the window is a toolbar with buttons to manage the map in the display (render, erase, zoom and pan), for query and and analysis (distance measurement, profile, and histogram creation), to overlay map elements onto the display (scale,north arrow, legend, and custom text), and to export or print the display.In the statusbar, the user can choose to display the geographic coordinates under the cursor, current geographical region extent, computational region(including graphical visualization in map display), map display geometry (number of rows, columns, resolution) and map scale. Checking the render button in the statusbar will cause the map display to updateautomatically any time a map is added to, removed from, or changed in itslayer tree.It is important to note that zooming in any display willhave no effect on the 'computational region' setting (setwith g.region). Only by selectingthe 'Set current region to match display' item in the zoom menu (inthe map display toolbar) will the current display extents be copied tothe computational region extents.Map Display Toolbar Re-render display Re-renders all active map layers regardless of whether they have changed or not, see d.redraw. Erase display Erases the currently selected map display to a white background, see d.erase. Pointer Select arrow cursor for map display. Select features from vector map Interactively select features from given vector map. Selection can be stored to a new vector map, see v.what and v.extract. Query raster/vector maps Query selected raster, RGB raster (all three map channels will bequeried), or vector map(s) using the mouse. Map(s) must be selectedbefore query. Vector charts and thematic vector maps cannot bequeried. The results of the query will be displayed in a dialog.See r.what, v.what. Pan Interactive selection of a new center of view in the active display monitor. Drag the pan cursor while pressing the left mouse button to pan. Panning changes the location of the region displayed but not the size of the area displayed or the resolution. Panning does not affect the computational region for other GIS processes, see g.region. Zoom in Interactive zooming with the mouse in the active display monitor. Drawing a box or just click with the mouse (left button) and zoom-in cursor causes the display to zoom in so that the area defined by the box fills the display. The map resolution is not changed. Clicking with the zoom-in cursor causes the display to zoom in by 30%, centered on the point where the mouse is clicked. Zooming resets the display region extents (both size and location of area displayed). It does not affect the computational region for other GIS processes, see g.region. Zoom out Interactive zooming with the mouse in the active display monitor. Drawing a box or just click with the mouse (left button) and zoom-out cursor causes the display to zoom in so that the area displayed shrinks to fill the area defined by the box. The map resolution is not changed. Clicking with the zoom-out cursor causes the display to zoom out by 30%, centered on the point where the mouse is clicked. Zooming resets the display region extents (both size and location of area displayed). It does not affect the computational region for other GIS processes, see g.region. Zoom to selected map(s) Set zoom extent based on selected raster or vector maps. Zooming resets the display region extents (both size and location of area displayed). It does not affect the computational region for other GIS processes, see g.region. Zoom to computational region extent Set zoom extent based on the current computational region extent, see g.region. Return to previous zoom Returns to the previous zoom extent. Up to 10 levels of zoom back are maintained, see g.region. Various zoom options Opens a dropdown menu that allows user to: Zoom to default region Zoom to saved region. Zooms to previously saved named region. Set computational region extent from display. The computational region (the mapset's WIND file) is set to match the current display extent (does not change the resolution), see g.region. Set computational region extent interactively. The computational region is set simply by drawing a box with the left mouse button on Map Display. Set computational region from named region. This option doesn't affect display zoom. Save display geometry to named region Save computational region to named region Analyze menu Opens a dropdown menu with: Measure distance Interactive measurement of lengths defined with the mouse. The length of each segment and the cumulative length of all segments measuered is displayed in the command output window frame. Lengths are measured in the current measurement unit. Double-click to switch off measuring. Measure area Interactive measurement of area defined with the mouse. Area is measured in the current measurement unit. Double-click to switch off measuring. Profile surface map Interactively create profile of a raster map. Profile transect isdrawn with the mouse in map display. The profile may be of thedisplayed map or a different map. Up to three maps can be profiled simultaneously. Create bivariate scatterplot of raster maps Interactively create bivariate scatterplot of raster maps. Create histogram of raster map Displays histogram of selected raster map or image in new window. Create histogram with d.histogram Displays histogram of selected raster map or image in new window, see d.histogram. Vector network analysis tool See tool's manual page. Add overlay opens a dropdown menu that allows user to Add raster map legend Adds layer to display with legend of selected raster map, see d.legend. Add scalebar Adds layer to display a scalebar. Options include scalebar placement (using screen coordinates or a mouse), scalebar format, and scalebar colors, see d.barscale. Add north arrow Adds layer to display a north arrow. Options include north arrow placement (using screen coordinates or a mouse), north arrow style and color, see d.northarrow. Add text layer Adds layer to display a line of text using default GRASS font (selected with d.font). Options include: text placement (screen coordinates); and text size, bolding, and color, see d.text. Save display to graphic file Save the visible image in map display to different raster graphic formats. Print map Prints map on system native printer or PostScript device; saves visible map display (including PostScript text and labels) to PDF or EPS file. Map display mode Opens a dropdown menu for selecting different display mode 2D view Normal GIS display. All active layers are composited and displayedin 2D mode. 3D view Experimental replacement for NVIZ. Displays all active layers in 3D perspective using OpenGL. A new control panel opens to manage the 3D view. 3D view can be zoomed, panned, rotated, and tilted. The vertical exaggeration of rasters and 3D vectors can be set. Various color and lighten settings are possible. Not yet functional for Windows platforms Vector digitizer Puts display into vector digitizing mode and opens a new digitizing toolbar. The user can digitize a new vector map or edit an existingmap. Raster digitizer Puts display into raster digitizing mode and opens a new digitizing toolbar. The user can digitize a new raster map or edit an existingmap. Keyboard short-cutsLayer Manager Ctrl+Tab Switch 'Layers' and 'Console' tab Ctrl+Q Quit Ctrl+R Render map in all map displaysWorkspace Ctrl+N Create new workspace Ctrl+O Load workspace from file Ctrl+S Close workspaceLayers Ctrl+Shift+L Add multiple raster or vector map layers to current map display Ctrl+Shift+R Add raster map layer to current map display Ctrl+Shift+V Add vector map layer to current map display Ctrl+W Close current map displayConsole Tab Show command tooltips Esc Hide command tooltips Ctrl+Space Show auto-complete suggestions Up/Down List command history Enter Run command Ctrl++ Increase font size (numerical keyboard plus key) Ctrl+- Decrease font size (numerical keyboard minus key) Ctrl+mouse wheel Increase or decrease font sizeMap Display F11 Fullscreen mode (toggle on/off) Ctrl+W Close map display Ctrl+R Render map (re-renders map) F5 Render map (re-renders map)Starting the GUI from command lineBy default, the GUI is always started, but if only the command line (shell) isrunning, the GUI can be also started manually using:g.guiIf the wxGUI is not the default user interface, it can defined as default bytyping at the GRASS GIS command line:g.gui -d wxpythonAlternatively, it may be defined in the main configuration file($HOME/.grass8/rc on GNU/Linux and macOS, %APPDATA%\Roaming\GRASS8\rcon MS Windows) using the GUI variable set to wxpython(GUI: wxpython) or by the environmental variable GRASS_GUI.To start with a previously saved workspace file:g.gui workspace=file.gxwThe user can also start GRASS from the shell command line with the wxGUIspecifying the --gui switch:grass --guiThe GUI can be quit by selecting the 'File > Quit GRASS GIS' menu itemwhich gives options to close only GUI or to quit GRASS GIS entirelyif GRASS GIS is running with a command line (a shell in a terminal application).Exiting the shell (typically by the exit command) ends the GRASS sessionincluding any running GUIs.Background informationwxGUI is a native Graphical User Interface (GUI) forGRASS GIS written in Pythonusing wxPython library.SEE ALSO wxGUI components wxGUI module dialogs wxGUI toolboxes (menu customization)See also wxGUI wikipage(especially various videotutorials),and QuickwxGUI Tutorial.AUTHORSMartin Landa, FBK-irst (2007-2008), Trento, Italy, and Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech RepublicMichael Barton, Arizona State University, USADaniel Calvelo ArosJachym CepickyMarkus Metz, GermanyAnna Kratochvilova, OSGeoREL, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech RepublicVaclav Petras, OSGeoREL, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech RepublicStepan Turek, OSGeoREL, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech RepublicTereza Fiedlerova, OSGeoREL, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech RepublicMatej Krejci, OSGeoREL, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech RepublicIcons created by Robert Szczepanek, Poland (Git repository)Main index |Topics index |Keywords index |Graphical index |Full index 781b155fdc