110325     HIDE: Hidden Line Removal/Plotting Subprogram  Version: May
Author: M. Oliff
Submitted by: M. Vannier, University of Kentucky Medical Center,
Lexington, KY
Operating System: RT-11 V2C  Source Language: FORTRAN/RT-11  Memory
Required: 16K or more  Software Required: Plotter Subroutines
Hardware Required: Plotter (Pen or Electrostatic)  Keywords: Plotting
Abstract: A 2-dimensional plot of a 3-dimensional surface is
generated using repeated calls to a FORTRAN subroutine,
HIDE.FOR. Hidden portions of each subsequent curve are
removed. The remainder of each curve is plotted. Axes
with tick marks and labels may optionally be generated.
This subroutine presently uses a Versatec D1200A
electrostatic plotter or a Houston Complot DP-1 pen
plotter. Virtually any pen or electrostatic plotter may
be used. An example program which generates a surface
plot is provided. The HIDE sub-routine is based on
Williamson's algorithm.
Media (Service Charge Code): Write-Up and Listing (DA), One RX01
Diskette (KA)  Format: RT-11, 600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: RT-11

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