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gm_profile(1grass)						Grass User's Manual						gm_profile(1grass)

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gm_profile - PROFILE TOOL (gis.m) PROFILE TOOL (gis.m) PROFILE TOOL (gis.m) The Profile Tool will draw a 2-dimensional profile of the surface of any raster map. The profile will be calculated along a transect line, drawn with a mouse on a map display. The transect line can be a simple line (i.e., with only a beginning and ending node) or a complex polyline (i.e., with multiple segments, delineated by multiple nodes). Using the Profile Tool The Profile Tool is started by clicking on the profile button () on the toolbar of a map display window. 1 Click the map button on the Profile Tool toolbar to select a raster map to profile. The map to profile can be different from the one displayed. 2 Click the transect button to begin drawing a transect to profile with a mouse the current map display (i.e., the map display from which you launched the Profile Tool). Draw by holding down the left button to make a "rubber-band" line for each segment of the transect. A transect can have a single, straight segment or multiple segment. There is no need to "end" the drawing. The Profile Tool will profile the drawn transect at any time. You can also extend an existing transect and draw a profile of the new transect. 3 Click the profile button to create the profile. The profile extends from left to right in the profile display. The horizontal (x-axis) scale represents the total distance along the tran- sect to be profiled. Vertical lines mark each node on a multi-segment transect and show the total distance along the transect to the node. The vertical (y-axis) scale is in units of the map that is being profiled. All scaling and axis labels are created automatically, and can- not be changed by the user. • The erase button will erase the current transect and profile. • The save button will save the profile to an Encapsulated PostScript (.eps) file. SEE ALSO
gis.m manual gis.m: ANIMATION TOOL gis.m: GEORECTIFY TOOL d.profile d.geodesic d.rhumbline m.cogo r.profile r.transect AUTHORS
Michael Barton, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA Hamish Bowman, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand Last changed: $Date: 2009-09-12 17:51:39 +0200 (Sat, 12 Sep 2009) $ Full index GRASS 6.4.2 gm_profile(1grass)

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Devel::REPL::Profile(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Devel::REPL::Profile(3pm)

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Devel::REPL::Profile - code to execute when re.pl starts SYNOPSIS
package Devel::REPL::Profile::MyProject; use Moose; use namespace::clean -except => [ 'meta' ]; with 'Devel::REPL::Profile'; sub apply_profile { my ($self, $repl) = @_; # do something here } 1; DESCRIPTION
For particular projects you might well end up running the same commands each time the REPL shell starts up - loading Perl modules, setting configuration, and so on. A mechanism called profiles exists to let you package and distribute these start-up scripts, as Perl modules. USAGE
Quite simply, follow the "SYNOPSIS" section above to create a boilerplate profile module. Within the "apply_profile" method, the $repl variable can be used to run any commands as the user would, within the context of their running "Devel::REPL" shell instance. For example, to load a module, you might have something like this: sub apply_profile { my ($self, $repl) = @_; $repl->eval('use Carp'); } As you can see, the "eval" method is used to run any code. The user won't see any output from that, and the code can "safely" die without destroying the REPL shell. The return value of "eval" will be the return value of the code you gave, or else if it died then a "Devel::REPL::Error" object is returned. If you want to load a "Devel::REPL" plugin, then use the following method: $repl->load_plugin('Timing'); The "load_plugin" and "eval" methods should cover most of what you would want to do before the user has access to the shell. Remember that plugin features are immediately available, so you can load for example the "LexEnv" plugin, and then declare "my" variables which the user will have access to. Selecting a Profile To run the shell with a particular profile, use the following command: system$ re.pl --profile MyProject Alternatively, you can set the environment variable "DEVEL_REPL_PROFILE" to MyProject. When the profile name is unqualified, as in the above example, the profile is assumed to be in the "Devel::REPL::Profile::" namespace. Otherwise if you pass something which contains the "::" character sequence, it will be loaded as-is. AUTHOR
Matt S Trout - mst (at) shadowcatsystems.co.uk (<http://www.shadowcatsystems.co.uk/>) LICENSE
This library is free software under the same terms as perl itself perl v5.14.2 2012-06-02 Devel::REPL::Profile(3pm)
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