Tutorial in Julia

Joaquim F. Luis1, Pål (Paul) Wessel2

  1. Universidade do Algarve, Faro, Portugal

  2. SOEST, University of Hawai’i at Manoa

The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce users to the GMT Julia wrapper, outline the GMT environment, and enable you to make several forms of graphics. We will not be able to cover all aspects of GMT nor will we necessarily cover the selected topics in sufficient detail. Nevertheless, it is hoped that the exposure will prompt the users to improve their GMT skills after completion of this short tutorial.

Also, not all GMT module manuals have been converted to the verbose Julia syntax so some links still redirect to the hard-core GMT man pages, whilst others direct users to Julia versions of the translated GMT manuals. A lost case is the GMT Technical Reference that is so big/complete that it will take long time to see a Julia version of it.