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Cross Section for Oblique Projection Problem

Sometimes, to create a cross section profile is not that easy when it comes to an Oblique projection map. Maybe, not only that, to make a cross section profile is not that easy either when it comes to various direction... Continue Reading →

Using Generic Mapping Tool (GMT) for Oblique Projection Problem

In previous post (Using Generic Mapping Tool (GMT) Basic) we make a map with the study area is located at Taiwan, where the subduction trench are either having South-North and or West-EastĀ  orientations, respectively. For these subduction systems, we could... Continue Reading →

Using Generic Mapping Tool (GMT) Basic II

Continuing from the previous post about GMT, now we will cover some othersĀ code to produce a map, and also to get some data from the free available sources. To start it, we may try a very simple command to produce... Continue Reading →

Using Generic Mapping Tool (Basics)

Generic Mapping Tool (GMT) is an open-source collection of commands for processing and displaying 2D or 3D datasets. It also has features like rasterization, filtering and other image processing operations. Here, we will see how can we use it to... Continue Reading →

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