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Joon Kyo Seo

Generated Wulff shape

Hi,

Can I know how to store the image of generated wulff shape?

Best, Joon

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    John Blendell

    There is a menu item that allows output to a postscript file (___.ps). I will have to look for the exact key sequence but you can also find it by just looking for the output menu.

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      Joon Kyo Seo

      Dear Dr. Blendell,

      Thank you for your reply about my issue. I am wondering if I can save the image itself (only Wulff shape) without background and lines. For example, in the paper “Wulffman: A tool for the calculation and display of crystal shapes” Computational Materials Science 11 (1998) 16-26., I can see that wulff shapes (e.g. Fig.2 and Fig. 4) excluding any backgrounds.

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        John Blendell

        Dear Joon, I don’t have a good answer for you. As to the line, you can turn off the axis (in the main window?) and you can change the size of the bounding box or turn it off. As to removing the grey background, I don’t remember how to do that or if it can even be done. I did not write the code, so I do not have the answers. Likely the best way is to get an image and edit the background out. I will try to ask another user that I know about it. There is another program called Wulffmaker. http://pruffle.mit.edu/wulffmaker/ Maybe that will be better for you. Good luck and enjoy your Wulff shapes.

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      Joon Kyo Seo

      Dear Dr. Blendell,

      I appreciate your help. Have a nice day!

      Best, Joon

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