Graphic screen control

Graphics command line options (G, H, I, N, Q)

The I ( !INTERACTIVE) option permits the variogram and residual graphics to be displayed. This is the default unless the L option is specified.

The N ( !NOGRAPHICS) option prevents any graphics from being displayed. This is also the default when the L option is specified.

The Gg ( !GRAPHICS g) option sets the file type for hard copy versions of the variogram and residual graphics. Hard copy is formed for all the graphics that are displayed.

H[g] ( !HARDCOPY g) has been added to replace the G option when graphics are to be written to file but not displayed on the screen. The H may be followed by a format code e.g. H22 for .eps.

Q ( !QUIET) is used when running under the control of WinASReml to suppress any POPUPs/PAUSEs from ASRSeml.

Graphics are produced in the PC, Linux and SUN 32bit versions of ASReml using the Winteracter graphics library. ASReml writes the graphics to file aspi.e where p indicates the part of the job, i indicates the contents of the figure (as given in the following table) and e indicates the file type, for example ps for postscript:
i filecontents
_1_Rmarginal means of residuals from spatial analysis of section 1
_2_Vvariogram of residuals from spatial analysis for section 2
_1_Sresiduals in field plan
_A_Hhistogram of residuals
Rv_E residuals plotted against expected values
XY_Gfigure produced by !X, !Y and !G qualifiers
_PVaPredicted values plotted
The file type can be specified by following the G or H option by a number g, or specifying the appropriate qualifier on the top job control line, as follows:
     g qualifier description
2 !PS Postscript (default for Unix)
10 !WPM Windows Print Manager
11 !WMF WinMetaFile (default for Windows)
12 !HPGL 2 HP-GL2
22 !EPS EncapsulatedPostScript
Not all of these file types are available on all systems but 2, 12 and 22 should all be available.

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