jit.graph Reference

Perform floating-point data visualization

jit.graph

Description

Renders floating point data as a two-dimensional plot.

Examples

Matrix Operator

matrix inputs:1, matrix outputs:1
Name IOProc Planelink Typelink Dimlink Plane Dim Type
out n/a 1 1 1 4 2 char

More about Matrix Operators

The Jitter MOP

MOP Arguments

MOP Attributes

MOP Messages

Attributes

brgb [3 ints]

Three chars represent the red, green and blue values of the background color to render

clearit [int]

If non-zero the cells of the matrix will be cleared to the brgb color before rendering.

frgb [4 ints]

Four chars represent the alpha, red, green and blue values of the color to render

height [int]

The height of the output matrix (default=240)

mode [int]

Five different modes are possible: mode 0 renders points, mode 1 renders lines, mode 2 renders area between the float value and the horizontal axis at 0.0, and mode 3 renders the area in a bipolar way (reflected in the horizontal axis). Unlike the other modes, which all expect one-dimensional matrices, mode 4 expects a two dimensional matrix, with one row of upper and one row of lower values, which it then renders as vertical bars, coloring the space between the lower and upper values.

Possible values:

0 = 'Points'
1 = 'Lines'
2 = 'Area'
3 = 'Bi-Polar Area'
4 = 'Bar'

rangehi [float]

The floating point value to map to the top of the graph (default=1.0)

rangelo [float]

The floating point value to map to the bottom of the graph (default=-1.0)

Common Box Attributes

See Also

Name Description
jit.gl.graph
jit.buffer~
jit.catch~
jit.peek~
jit.poke~
jit.release~
peek~
poke~
Tutorial 48: Frames of MSP signals Tutorial 48: Frames of MSP signals