[GPlates-discuss] Gplate model in GMT
sabin.zahirovic at sydney.edu.au
Mon Jan 14 16:17:03 AEDT 2019
Hi Jeevan, John and team,
I will upload some of my GPlates-GMT plotting scripts to GitHub in the coming days, and can also add a note on the GPlates tutorials site pointing people to it. Perhaps it can be a temporary placeholder until we get a Research Assistant to put together a basic tutorial.
I’ll send out another e-mail when those scripts are online (am swamped with various things today and the next couple of days).
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By the way, you can export time snapshots of reconstructed geometries (like coastlines) and reconstructed rasters in GPlates prior to plotting in GMT.
Geometries can be exported to GMT (.xy) format, and numerical rasters to GMT gridded format (netCDF), both of which can be used by GMT. Or just export rasters in generic colour formats like JPEG, PNG.
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I will be thankful if you can help me to plot my Gplate model in GMT. (Any helpful material or gmt script). Like how to convert my rot file and how to use it in grdrotator, how to show a particular plate or area, how to specify that area in gmt, how to give new location lat long in psbasemap? Etc
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