[-Xloc] [-Yloc] [-K] [-P] [-V]
[+ [options for psxy drawing the legend frame]]
Draws the legend using the commands contained in file.
That file ought to be built with addlegend.
The position expression posexpr must consist of:
i.e. the minimum and maximum positions (legend line
numbers in internal units) are required. ymax must
include a space above the top line. Thus, to print
a one-line legend you would need to specify
In order to keep things simple for you the posexpr
that is returned from the last call to addlegend can
be re-used, as in
y=`echo comment | addlegend ...`
-yposexpr/offs - offs
is a vertical offset for the text with respect to
the box bottom. Default=0.15 (good if inch). Units are
your .gmtdefaults4 MEASURE_UNIT. Thus, it is possible
to call pslegend -y$y/0.2...
-l[min/]max - If
you are not happy with the ymin,ymax values in $y,
use this option instead.
-tfile - Command file, default = .gmtlegend.cmd It will be
moved to file.bak after the legend has been drawn.
-Xloc -Yloc - distance from current origin for placement of the
legend. Lower left corner of legend box is used.
This offset will not persist after the conclusion of
-JXxwide/ywide - specify
the width of the box in your MEASURE_UNIT.
-K -P -V - are as usual in GMT. Also, add-to-plot ( -O ) is
Options for psxy drawing the legend frame:
required as a delimiter in front of options that are to
be passed to a psxy command to draw a box around the
legend. These are:
-L -Gcolor - optionally draw a closed box with the fill according
to -Gcolor, and optionally add ...
-Wpen to draw the box outline.
Needs ~hgs/bin/ecq (est-ce que ?)
You will need to call subsequent GMT procedures with respecification of
region (-Ra/b/c/d) and projection (-Jpv/w...) since pslegend uses them
internally. I'll have to think of a method with less interference.