[gradsusr] Reversing zlog scale direction

Sanjukta Rani Padhi sanjuktapadhi87 at gmail.com
Mon May 4 11:14:09 EDT 2020

I think 'set yflip on'  solve your problem. For more

Senior Research Fellow(DST INSPIRE)
Dept. of Marine Sciences
Berhampur University
Bhanja Bihar-760007
Berhampur, Odisha

On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 7:16 PM Edward Engelbrecht <
Edward.Engelbrecht at weathersa.co.za> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I’m plotting a vertical cross section of dBZ model data on sigma levels;
> is there any way to reverse the direction of the ‘set zlog on’ function?
> My levels vary from 15 to 50 (‘set lev 15 50 1’), but the zlog scales the
> levels from 50 to 15, so the distance between the levels are greatest near
> the surface, and not
> the other way around as I want it.
> Regards,
> Edward
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