Create a spin control in a TCL/TK window

Description

This function may be used to embed a spin control in a TCL/TK window.

Usage

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spinControl(base, dev = rgl.cur(), 
	continue=FALSE, speed=30, scale=100 )

Arguments

base

The TCL/TK frame in which to insert this control.

dev

A vector of one or more rgl device numbers to control.

continue

Initial setting for continuous rotation checkbox.

speed

Initial setting for speed slider.

scale

Initial setting for scale slider.

Author(s)

Ming Chen and Duncan Murdoch

See Also

spin3d

Examples

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if (interactive()) { 
    open3d()
    win1 <- rgl.cur()
    rgl.bringtotop(TRUE)
    plot3d(rexp(100), rexp(100), rexp(100), size=3, col='green')
    
    open3d()
    win2 <- rgl.cur()
    rgl.bringtotop(TRUE)
    plot3d(rt(100,2), rt(100,2), rt(100, 2), size=3, col='yellow')
    
    open3d()
    win3 <- rgl.cur()
    rgl.bringtotop(TRUE)
    plot3d(rexp(100), rexp(100), rexp(100), size=3, col='red')
        
    open3d()
    win4 <- rgl.cur()
    rgl.bringtotop(TRUE)
    plot3d(rbinom(100,10,0.5), rbinom(100,10,0.5), rbinom(100,10,0.5), size=3, col='cyan')
    
    base <- tktoplevel()
    tkwm.title(base, "Spinners")
    con1 <- spinControl(base, dev=c(win1,win2))
    con2 <- spinControl(base, dev=c(win3,win4))
    tkpack(con1, con2)
}