TPColor - component made for visualization 2D arrays. Work in Delphi4 - Delphi5.
Product area - visualization of scientific calculations.
Principle of operation:
The values of elements of the array define color used for their image.
The smallest and largest elements are connected to first
and last colors of a palette.
- There are four modes of the image. First - 'flat' - each
element is represented by a rectangular of the appropriate color.
Second - 'interp' - each point has color by turning out interpolation of colors of four elements.
Third - 'contour' - are draw isolines (section of the array by horizontal planes).
Fourth - 'interpcontour' - isolines over interpolation of colors.
- Build-up of a numerical gradient for the array.
- There are four palettes. First - 'line' - the user sets first
and last colors, others turn out by linear interpolation. Second
- 'spectr' (jet) - colors from blue up to red. Third - 'random' -
random colors. Fourth - 'user' - user defines colors.
- The array can be given on unequal grid spacing.
- The number of colors in a palette can be changed. From 2 up to 252.
- Program and mouse zoom.
- Automatic and hand definition of smallest and largest
values of elements of the array.
- Saving of the image into a file and ClipBoard.
Free for not commercial use.
Download source TPColor v1.53 (52K) for Delphi5,4