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japansea

PURPOSE ^

coastline map of The Japan Sea

SYNOPSIS ^

This is a script file.

DESCRIPTION ^

  JAPANSEA  coastline map of The Japan Sea
    
   CALL:  map = load('japansea.dat');
   
  Size             :     692 X 2
  Sampling Rate    :    
  Device           :    
  Source           :    http://crusty.er.usgs.gov/coast/getcoast.html
  Format           :    ascii, c1: longitude c2: latitude 
  Description      :
    JAPANSEA.DAT contains data for plotting a map of The Japan Sea.
    The data is obtained from USGS coastline extractor.
    
   Example: the map is seen by
 
    plot(map(:,1),map(:,2)), hold on
    text(131,46,'China')
    text(132,43,'Vladivostok')
    text(132,40,'Japan Sea')
    text(135,35,'Japan')
    text(139.5,38.3,'Yura')
    text(139,35.7,'Tokyo'), hold off
 
  % If you have the m_map toolbox (see http://www.ocgy.ubc.ca/~rich/):
   m_proj('lambert','long',[130 148],'lat',[30 48]);
   m_line(map(:,1),map(:,2));
   m_grid('box','fancy','tickdir','out');
   m_text(131,46,'China');
   m_text(132,43,'Vladivostok');
   m_text(132,40,'Japan Sea');
   m_text(135,35,'Japan');
   m_text(139.5,38.3,'Yura');
   m_text(139,35.7,'Tokyo');

CROSS-REFERENCE INFORMATION ^

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SOURCE CODE ^

001 % JAPANSEA  coastline map of The Japan Sea
002 %   
003 %  CALL:  map = load('japansea.dat');
004 %  
005 % Size             :     692 X 2
006 % Sampling Rate    :    
007 % Device           :    
008 % Source           :    http://crusty.er.usgs.gov/coast/getcoast.html
009 % Format           :    ascii, c1: longitude c2: latitude 
010 % Description      :
011 %   JAPANSEA.DAT contains data for plotting a map of The Japan Sea.
012 %   The data is obtained from USGS coastline extractor.
013 %   
014 %  Example: the map is seen by
015 %
016 %   plot(map(:,1),map(:,2)), hold on
017 %   text(131,46,'China')
018 %   text(132,43,'Vladivostok')
019 %   text(132,40,'Japan Sea')
020 %   text(135,35,'Japan')
021 %   text(139.5,38.3,'Yura')
022 %   text(139,35.7,'Tokyo'), hold off
023 %
024 % % If you have the m_map toolbox (see http://www.ocgy.ubc.ca/~rich/):
025 %  m_proj('lambert','long',[130 148],'lat',[30 48]);
026 %  m_line(map(:,1),map(:,2));
027 %  m_grid('box','fancy','tickdir','out');
028 %  m_text(131,46,'China');
029 %  m_text(132,43,'Vladivostok');
030 %  m_text(132,40,'Japan Sea');
031 %  m_text(135,35,'Japan');
032 %  m_text(139.5,38.3,'Yura');
033 %  m_text(139,35.7,'Tokyo');
034 % 
035 
036 % History:
037 % revised pab Nov 2004
038 % -Enhanced the example with commands to the m_map toolbox.
039 % By pab 15.01.2000
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Mathematical Statistics
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Lund University with Lund Institute of Technology

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