[Rd] Windows-specific: image(z,zlim=()) gives bogus colors outside range (PR#525)

bolker@zoo.ufl.edu bolker@zoo.ufl.edu
Wed, 19 Apr 2000 16:23:34 +0200 (MET DST)

  In the Windows version of R (not in the equivalent version
running on Linux RH 6.0), doing image(z,zlim=c(a,b)) with
non-trivial limits (i.e., smaller than the range of z)
plots bogus colors (randomly picked from the colormap,
perhaps?) in regions where z is outside of zlim.  (on the
Linux version those regions are just plotted in black, which
seems more appropriate)

  For example:

x <- seq(-1,1,length=50)
z1 <- expand.grid(x,x)
z2 <- matrix(apply(z1,1,function(x)sum(x^2)),nrow=50)

--please do not edit the information below--

 platform = Windows
 arch = x86
 os = Win32
 system = x86, Win32
 status = 
 major = 1
 minor = 0.0
 year = 2000
 month = February
 day = 29
 language = R

Windows 9x 4.0 (build 1212)  B

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