jit.map is like a scale object for jitter matrices. It maps input values to output values based on the range specified by the @map attribute. Like scale, it uses two values for input low and high values and two for output low and high. jit.map works with all types and planecounts, but uses floating point arguments for the map regardless of type.
These example patches included with Max use jit.map for a variety of different applications:
jit.map is also useful when working with OpenGL, where coordinates are represented with negative and positive values. This patch remaps the output of jit.noise, which outputs values from 0. - 1., before combining it with the outputmatrix of a jit.gl.gridshape to introduce noise into the surface without changing the shapes screen position:
When @clip is set to 0, values are wrapped.
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