clabel (contour). Strange extra labels pops up.

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clabel (contour). Strange extra labels pops up.

Birger Bech Jessen
Octave 4.2.1.When plotting contourplot I get the relevant contours and their
labels.But in addition I get strange placed extra labels for one or two of
the contours, like the
<http://octave.1599824.n4.nabble.com/file/t340440/Contour_clabel_error.jpg>
There are NO data explaining the multiple '40's and the single '30' labels.I
have tried several versions of commands like   [cs,h]=
contour(xi,yi,zi,IsoStep); clabel(cs,h,20:5:60,'fontsize',
13,'LabelSpacing',1500); (IsoStep is different number-series like
'20;30;40;50;60'   or  20:10:60   or  20;30;50;60 or .....note: The matlab
version clabel(c)  seems not to be implemented in Octave. Would give just
one label for each contour...Just now I use the fail plot, copy to a drawing
program and hide the 'fail labels'.. not smart...



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Re: clabel (contour). Strange extra labels pops up.

Doug Stewart-4


On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 6:31 AM, Birger Bech Jessen <[hidden email]> wrote:
Octave 4.2.1.When plotting contourplot I get the relevant contours and their
labels.But in addition I get strange placed extra labels for one or two of
the contours, like the
<http://octave.1599824.n4.nabble.com/file/t340440/Contour_clabel_error.jpg>
There are NO data explaining the multiple '40's and the single '30' labels.I
have tried several versions of commands like   [cs,h]=
contour(xi,yi,zi,IsoStep); clabel(cs,h,20:5:60,'fontsize',
13,'LabelSpacing',1500); (IsoStep is different number-series like
'20;30;40;50;60'   or  20:10:60   or  20;30;50;60 or .....note: The matlab
version clabel(c)  seems not to be implemented in Octave. Would give just
one label for each contour...Just now I use the fail plot, copy to a drawing
program and hide the 'fail labels'.. not smart...



Does 
demo clabel
work for you?

Can you make the data public so that we can test with your data and program?



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