Zmap inverse mapping not working
Is it me, or is the inverse mapping of zmap not working? (Max 5.1.0b8, OS 10.5.. Something tells me this is an old issue, but I thought it had been fixed.
I only found this out because scale was behaving weirdly due to an abstraction called ‘scale’ in my search path, that was in fact just a wrapper for zmap – a big hands-up from me for Peter’s idea of a ‘Reveal in Finder’ button, which would have got me there a lot sooner,
PS. Where did that damn smiley appear from? I assure you, I did not put it there! Sort of thing that makes you nostalgic for the old list again…
Not sure what you mean by inverse mapping but i think [scale] will do.
not not working, just not implemented.
[expr ((($f1-$f2)/($f3-$f2))*($f5-$f4))+$f4] will do it just fine.
p.s. the smiley is from the OS "10.5.8" and ")"
"inverse mapping" has never worked with zmap.
zmap 0 127 0 1 and zmap 0 127 1 0 have always produced the same output.
inverting before or after scaling is an option:
zmap 0 127 0 1
but scale does "invert", so why not use that?
I am using scale – as I said above, ‘scale’ stopped working for me for a while because it was really zmap, until I’d hunted down the rogue abstraction.
However, zmap.help states that it does do inverse mapping, so either zmap or it’s .help really should be changed,
Hum… I can read that in zmap’s helpfile:
"For inverse data mapping, use the scale object – its hi and lo values can be reversed"
|Emmanuel Jourdan wrote on Sun, 15 November 2009 18:20|
|"For inverse data mapping, use the scale object – its hi and lo values can be reversed"|
that should be changed too then.
it should read: when you need a proper scale or map object, make your own.