RE: [pyngl-talk] Changing resolution of PNG output

From: Ertl, John <john.ertl_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2005 21:43:46 -0700


I have had the same question but I use ps2png for a web service and it works
fast, but I only do one image at a time. You could also look at PIL (Python
Image Library) I have not used it for changing size but it looks straight
forward. I have been using PIL for anouther project and it is really nice
to use.

John Ertl
former NWS

-----Original Message-----
From: Alex Ross
Sent: 6/8/05 2:37 PM
Subject: Changing resolution of PNG output

I am using PyNGL's PNG output for use with a web application. I'd like
to make the image file a bit larger than the 512x512 pixels that PyNGL
defaults to. I have been unable to find a mention of how to do this
anywhere on the PyNGL website or on the NCL website. Is it even

Also, I know that I could just output to postscript and use a utility to

render my PNG. That method is SLOW, and not a reasonable solution.

Thank you for your time.

- Alex Ross
  Student Hire, National Weather Service
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