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      airspace/static/js/flot/LICENSE.txt
  2. 81
      airspace/static/js/flot/jquery.flot.crosshair.js
  3. 403
      airspace/static/js/flot/jquery.flot.fillbetween.js
  4. 466
      airspace/static/js/flot/jquery.flot.js
  5. 169
      airspace/static/js/flot/jquery.flot.navigate.js
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      airspace/static/js/flot/jquery.flot.selection.js
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      airspace/static/lib/OpenLayers.js

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airspace/static/js/flot/LICENSE.txt

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Copyright (c) 2007-2009 IOLA and Ole Laursen
Copyright (c) 2007-2012 IOLA and Ole Laursen
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person
obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation

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airspace/static/js/flot/jquery.flot.crosshair.js

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/*
Flot plugin for showing crosshairs, thin lines, when the mouse hovers
over the plot.
crosshair: {
mode: null or "x" or "y" or "xy"
color: color
lineWidth: number
}
Set the mode to one of "x", "y" or "xy". The "x" mode enables a
vertical crosshair that lets you trace the values on the x axis, "y"
enables a horizontal crosshair and "xy" enables them both. "color" is
the color of the crosshair (default is "rgba(170, 0, 0, 0.80)"),
"lineWidth" is the width of the drawn lines (default is 1).
/* Flot plugin for showing crosshairs when the mouse hovers over the plot.
Copyright (c) 2007-2012 IOLA and Ole Laursen.
Licensed under the MIT license.
The plugin supports these options:
crosshair: {
mode: null or "x" or "y" or "xy"
color: color
lineWidth: number
}
Set the mode to one of "x", "y" or "xy". The "x" mode enables a vertical
crosshair that lets you trace the values on the x axis, "y" enables a
horizontal crosshair and "xy" enables them both. "color" is the color of the
crosshair (default is "rgba(170, 0, 0, 0.80)"), "lineWidth" is the width of
the drawn lines (default is 1).
The plugin also adds four public methods:
- setCrosshair(pos)
- setCrosshair( pos )
Set the position of the crosshair. Note that this is cleared if
the user moves the mouse. "pos" is in coordinates of the plot and
should be on the form { x: xpos, y: ypos } (you can use x2/x3/...
if you're using multiple axes), which is coincidentally the same
format as what you get from a "plothover" event. If "pos" is null,
the crosshair is cleared.
Set the position of the crosshair. Note that this is cleared if the user
moves the mouse. "pos" is in coordinates of the plot and should be on the
form { x: xpos, y: ypos } (you can use x2/x3/... if you're using multiple
axes), which is coincidentally the same format as what you get from a
"plothover" event. If "pos" is null, the crosshair is cleared.
- clearCrosshair()
@ -31,22 +33,25 @@ The plugin also adds four public methods:
- lockCrosshair(pos)
Cause the crosshair to lock to the current location, no longer
updating if the user moves the mouse. Optionally supply a position
(passed on to setCrosshair()) to move it to.
Cause the crosshair to lock to the current location, no longer updating if
the user moves the mouse. Optionally supply a position (passed on to
setCrosshair()) to move it to.
Example usage:
var myFlot = $.plot( $("#graph"), ..., { crosshair: { mode: "x" } } };
$("#graph").bind("plothover", function (evt, position, item) {
if (item) {
// Lock the crosshair to the data point being hovered
myFlot.lockCrosshair({ x: item.datapoint[0], y: item.datapoint[1] });
}
else {
// Return normal crosshair operation
myFlot.unlockCrosshair();
}
});
var myFlot = $.plot( $("#graph"), ..., { crosshair: { mode: "x" } } };
$("#graph").bind( "plothover", function ( evt, position, item ) {
if ( item ) {
// Lock the crosshair to the data point being hovered
myFlot.lockCrosshair({
x: item.datapoint[ 0 ],
y: item.datapoint[ 1 ]
});
} else {
// Return normal crosshair operation
myFlot.unlockCrosshair();
}
});
- unlockCrosshair()
@ -84,11 +89,11 @@ The plugin also adds four public methods:
if (pos)
plot.setCrosshair(pos);
crosshair.locked = true;
}
};
plot.unlockCrosshair = function unlockCrosshair() {
crosshair.locked = false;
}
};
function onMouseOut(e) {
if (crosshair.locked)

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airspace/static/js/flot/jquery.flot.fillbetween.js

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/*
Flot plugin for computing bottoms for filled line and bar charts.
The case: you've got two series that you want to fill the area
between. In Flot terms, you need to use one as the fill bottom of the
other. You can specify the bottom of each data point as the third
coordinate manually, or you can use this plugin to compute it for you.
In order to name the other series, you need to give it an id, like this
var dataset = [
{ data: [ ... ], id: "foo" } , // use default bottom
{ data: [ ... ], fillBetween: "foo" }, // use first dataset as bottom
];
$.plot($("#placeholder"), dataset, { lines: { show: true, fill: true }});
As a convenience, if the id given is a number that doesn't appear as
an id in the series, it is interpreted as the index in the array
instead (so fillBetween: 0 can also mean the first series).
Internally, the plugin modifies the datapoints in each series. For
line series, extra data points might be inserted through
interpolation. Note that at points where the bottom line is not
defined (due to a null point or start/end of line), the current line
will show a gap too. The algorithm comes from the jquery.flot.stack.js
plugin, possibly some code could be shared.
/* Flot plugin for computing bottoms for filled line and bar charts.
Copyright (c) 2007-2012 IOLA and Ole Laursen.
Licensed under the MIT license.
The case: you've got two series that you want to fill the area between. In Flot
terms, you need to use one as the fill bottom of the other. You can specify the
bottom of each data point as the third coordinate manually, or you can use this
plugin to compute it for you.
In order to name the other series, you need to give it an id, like this:
var dataset = [
{ data: [ ... ], id: "foo" } , // use default bottom
{ data: [ ... ], fillBetween: "foo" }, // use first dataset as bottom
];
$.plot($("#placeholder"), dataset, { lines: { show: true, fill: true }});
As a convenience, if the id given is a number that doesn't appear as an id in
the series, it is interpreted as the index in the array instead (so fillBetween:
0 can also mean the first series).
Internally, the plugin modifies the datapoints in each series. For line series,
extra data points might be inserted through interpolation. Note that at points
where the bottom line is not defined (due to a null point or start/end of line),
the current line will show a gap too. The algorithm comes from the
jquery.flot.stack.js plugin, possibly some code could be shared.
*/
(function ($) {
var options = {
series: { fillBetween: null } // or number
};
function init(plot) {
function findBottomSeries(s, allseries) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i < allseries.length; ++i) {
if (allseries[i].id == s.fillBetween)
return allseries[i];
}
if (typeof s.fillBetween == "number") {
i = s.fillBetween;
if (i < 0 || i >= allseries.length)
return null;
return allseries[i];
}
return null;
}
function computeFillBottoms(plot, s, datapoints) {
if (s.fillBetween == null)
return;
var other = findBottomSeries(s, plot.getData());
if (!other)
return;
var ps = datapoints.pointsize,
points = datapoints.points,
otherps = other.datapoints.pointsize,
otherpoints = other.datapoints.points,
newpoints = [],
px, py, intery, qx, qy, bottom,
withlines = s.lines.show,
withbottom = ps > 2 && datapoints.format[2].y,
withsteps = withlines && s.lines.steps,
fromgap = true,
i = 0, j = 0, l;
while (true) {
if (i >= points.length)
break;
l = newpoints.length;
if (points[i] == null) {
// copy gaps
for (m = 0; m < ps; ++m)
newpoints.push(points[i + m]);
i += ps;
}
else if (j >= otherpoints.length) {
// for lines, we can't use the rest of the points
if (!withlines) {
for (m = 0; m < ps; ++m)
newpoints.push(points[i + m]);
}
i += ps;
}
else if (otherpoints[j] == null) {
// oops, got a gap
for (m = 0; m < ps; ++m)
newpoints.push(null);
fromgap = true;
j += otherps;
}
else {
// cases where we actually got two points
px = points[i];
py = points[i + 1];
qx = otherpoints[j];
qy = otherpoints[j + 1];
bottom = 0;
if (px == qx) {
for (m = 0; m < ps; ++m)
newpoints.push(points[i + m]);
//newpoints[l + 1] += qy;
bottom = qy;
i += ps;
j += otherps;
}
else if (px > qx) {
// we got past point below, might need to
// insert interpolated extra point
if (withlines && i > 0 && points[i - ps] != null) {
intery = py + (points[i - ps + 1] - py) * (qx - px) / (points[i - ps] - px);
newpoints.push(qx);
newpoints.push(intery)
for (m = 2; m < ps; ++m)
newpoints.push(points[i + m]);
bottom = qy;
}
j += otherps;
}
else { // px < qx
if (fromgap && withlines) {
// if we come from a gap, we just skip this point
i += ps;
continue;
}
for (m = 0; m < ps; ++m)
newpoints.push(points[i + m]);
// we might be able to interpolate a point below,
// this can give us a better y
if (withlines && j > 0 && otherpoints[j - otherps] != null)
bottom = qy + (otherpoints[j - otherps + 1] - qy) * (px - qx) / (otherpoints[j - otherps] - qx);
//newpoints[l + 1] += bottom;
i += ps;
}
fromgap = false;
if (l != newpoints.length && withbottom)
newpoints[l + 2] = bottom;
}
// maintain the line steps invariant
if (withsteps && l != newpoints.length && l > 0
&& newpoints[l] != null
&& newpoints[l] != newpoints[l - ps]
&& newpoints[l + 1] != newpoints[l - ps + 1]) {
for (m = 0; m < ps; ++m)
newpoints[l + ps + m] = newpoints[l + m];
newpoints[l + 1] = newpoints[l - ps + 1];
}
}
datapoints.points = newpoints;
}
plot.hooks.processDatapoints.push(computeFillBottoms);
}
$.plot.plugins.push({
init: init,
options: options,
name: 'fillbetween',
version: '1.0'
});
(function ( $ ) {
var options = {
series: {
fillBetween: null // or number
}
};
function init( plot ) {
function findBottomSeries( s, allseries ) {
var i;
for ( i = 0; i < allseries.length; ++i ) {
if ( allseries[ i ].id === s.fillBetween ) {
return allseries[ i ];
}
}
if ( typeof s.fillBetween === "number" ) {
if ( s.fillBetween < 0 || s.fillBetween >= allseries.length ) {
return null;
}
return allseries[ s.fillBetween ];
}
return null;
}
function computeFillBottoms( plot, s, datapoints ) {
if ( s.fillBetween == null ) {
return;
}
var other = findBottomSeries( s, plot.getData() );
if ( !other ) {
return;
}
var ps = datapoints.pointsize,
points = datapoints.points,
otherps = other.datapoints.pointsize,
otherpoints = other.datapoints.points,
newpoints = [],
px, py, intery, qx, qy, bottom,
withlines = s.lines.show,
withbottom = ps > 2 && datapoints.format[2].y,
withsteps = withlines && s.lines.steps,
fromgap = true,
i = 0,
j = 0,
l, m;
while ( true ) {
if ( i >= points.length ) {
break;
}
l = newpoints.length;
if ( points[ i ] == null ) {
// copy gaps
for ( m = 0; m < ps; ++m ) {
newpoints.push( points[ i + m ] );
}
i += ps;
} else if ( j >= otherpoints.length ) {
// for lines, we can't use the rest of the points
if ( !withlines ) {
for ( m = 0; m < ps; ++m ) {
newpoints.push( points[ i + m ] );
}
}
i += ps;
} else if ( otherpoints[ j ] == null ) {
// oops, got a gap
for ( m = 0; m < ps; ++m ) {
newpoints.push( null );
}
fromgap = true;
j += otherps;
} else {
// cases where we actually got two points
px = points[ i ];
py = points[ i + 1 ];
qx = otherpoints[ j ];
qy = otherpoints[ j + 1 ];
bottom = 0;
if ( px === qx ) {
for ( m = 0; m < ps; ++m ) {
newpoints.push( points[ i + m ] );
}
//newpoints[ l + 1 ] += qy;
bottom = qy;
i += ps;
j += otherps;
} else if ( px > qx ) {
// we got past point below, might need to
// insert interpolated extra point
if ( withlines && i > 0 && points[ i - ps ] != null ) {
intery = py + ( points[ i - ps + 1 ] - py ) * ( qx - px ) / ( points[ i - ps ] - px );
newpoints.push( qx );
newpoints.push( intery );
for ( m = 2; m < ps; ++m ) {
newpoints.push( points[ i + m ] );
}
bottom = qy;
}
j += otherps;
} else { // px < qx
// if we come from a gap, we just skip this point
if ( fromgap && withlines ) {
i += ps;
continue;
}
for ( m = 0; m < ps; ++m ) {
newpoints.push( points[ i + m ] );
}
// we might be able to interpolate a point below,
// this can give us a better y
if ( withlines && j > 0 && otherpoints[ j - otherps ] != null ) {
bottom = qy + ( otherpoints[ j - otherps + 1 ] - qy ) * ( px - qx ) / ( otherpoints[ j - otherps ] - qx );
}
//newpoints[l + 1] += bottom;
i += ps;
}
fromgap = false;
if ( l !== newpoints.length && withbottom ) {
newpoints[ l + 2 ] = bottom;
}
}
// maintain the line steps invariant
if ( withsteps && l !== newpoints.length && l > 0 &&
newpoints[ l ] !== null &&
newpoints[ l ] !== newpoints[ l - ps ] &&
newpoints[ l + 1 ] !== newpoints[ l - ps + 1 ] ) {
for (m = 0; m < ps; ++m) {
newpoints[ l + ps + m ] = newpoints[ l + m ];
}
newpoints[ l + 1 ] = newpoints[ l - ps + 1 ];
}
}
datapoints.points = newpoints;
}
plot.hooks.processDatapoints.push( computeFillBottoms );
}
$.plot.plugins.push({
init: init,
options: options,
name: "fillbetween",
version: "1.0"
});
})(jQuery);

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airspace/static/js/flot/jquery.flot.js

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airspace/static/js/flot/jquery.flot.navigate.js

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/*
Flot plugin for adding panning and zooming capabilities to a plot.
The default behaviour is double click and scrollwheel up/down to zoom
in, drag to pan. The plugin defines plot.zoom({ center }),
plot.zoomOut() and plot.pan(offset) so you easily can add custom
controls. It also fires a "plotpan" and "plotzoom" event when
something happens, useful for synchronizing plots.
Options:
zoom: {
interactive: false
trigger: "dblclick" // or "click" for single click
amount: 1.5 // 2 = 200% (zoom in), 0.5 = 50% (zoom out)
}
pan: {
interactive: false
cursor: "move" // CSS mouse cursor value used when dragging, e.g. "pointer"
frameRate: 20
}
xaxis, yaxis, x2axis, y2axis: {
zoomRange: null // or [number, number] (min range, max range) or false
panRange: null // or [number, number] (min, max) or false
}
/* Flot plugin for adding the ability to pan and zoom the plot.
Copyright (c) 2007-2012 IOLA and Ole Laursen.
Licensed under the MIT license.
The default behaviour is double click and scrollwheel up/down to zoom in, drag
to pan. The plugin defines plot.zoom({ center }), plot.zoomOut() and
plot.pan( offset ) so you easily can add custom controls. It also fires
"plotpan" and "plotzoom" events, useful for synchronizing plots.
The plugin supports these options:
zoom: {
interactive: false
trigger: "dblclick" // or "click" for single click
amount: 1.5 // 2 = 200% (zoom in), 0.5 = 50% (zoom out)
}
pan: {
interactive: false
cursor: "move" // CSS mouse cursor value used when dragging, e.g. "pointer"
frameRate: 20
}
xaxis, yaxis, x2axis, y2axis: {
zoomRange: null // or [ number, number ] (min range, max range) or false
panRange: null // or [ number, number ] (min, max) or false
}
"interactive" enables the built-in drag/click behaviour. If you enable
interactive for pan, then you'll have a basic plot that supports
moving around; the same for zoom.
interactive for pan, then you'll have a basic plot that supports moving
around; the same for zoom.
"amount" specifies the default amount to zoom in (so 1.5 = 150%)
relative to the current viewport.
"amount" specifies the default amount to zoom in (so 1.5 = 150%) relative to
the current viewport.
"cursor" is a standard CSS mouse cursor string used for visual
feedback to the user when dragging.
"cursor" is a standard CSS mouse cursor string used for visual feedback to the
user when dragging.
"frameRate" specifies the maximum number of times per second the plot
will update itself while the user is panning around on it (set to null
to disable intermediate pans, the plot will then not update until the
mouse button is released).
"frameRate" specifies the maximum number of times per second the plot will
update itself while the user is panning around on it (set to null to disable
intermediate pans, the plot will then not update until the mouse button is
released).
"zoomRange" is the interval in which zooming can happen, e.g. with
zoomRange: [1, 100] the zoom will never scale the axis so that the
difference between min and max is smaller than 1 or larger than 100.
You can set either end to null to ignore, e.g. [1, null]. If you set
zoomRange to false, zooming on that axis will be disabled.
"zoomRange" is the interval in which zooming can happen, e.g. with zoomRange:
[1, 100] the zoom will never scale the axis so that the difference between min
and max is smaller than 1 or larger than 100. You can set either end to null
to ignore, e.g. [1, null]. If you set zoomRange to false, zooming on that axis
will be disabled.
"panRange" confines the panning to stay within a range, e.g. with
panRange: [-10, 20] panning stops at -10 in one end and at 20 in the
other. Either can be null, e.g. [-10, null]. If you set
panRange to false, panning on that axis will be disabled.
"panRange" confines the panning to stay within a range, e.g. with panRange:
[-10, 20] panning stops at -10 in one end and at 20 in the other. Either can
be null, e.g. [-10, null]. If you set panRange to false, panning on that axis
will be disabled.
Example API usage:
plot = $.plot(...);
// zoom default amount in on the pixel (10, 20)
plot.zoom({ center: { left: 10, top: 20 } });
// zoom out again
plot.zoomOut({ center: { left: 10, top: 20 } });
// zoom 200% in on the pixel (10, 20)
plot.zoom({ amount: 2, center: { left: 10, top: 20 } });
// pan 100 pixels to the left and 20 down
plot.pan({ left: -100, top: 20 })
Here, "center" specifies where the center of the zooming should
happen. Note that this is defined in pixel space, not the space of the
data points (you can use the p2c helpers on the axes in Flot to help
you convert between these).
"amount" is the amount to zoom the viewport relative to the current
range, so 1 is 100% (i.e. no change), 1.5 is 150% (zoom in), 0.7 is
70% (zoom out). You can set the default in the options.
*/
plot = $.plot(...);
// zoom default amount in on the pixel ( 10, 20 )
plot.zoom({ center: { left: 10, top: 20 } });
// zoom out again
plot.zoomOut({ center: { left: 10, top: 20 } });
// zoom 200% in on the pixel (10, 20)
plot.zoom({ amount: 2, center: { left: 10, top: 20 } });
// pan 100 pixels to the left and 20 down
plot.pan({ left: -100, top: 20 })
Here, "center" specifies where the center of the zooming should happen. Note
that this is defined in pixel space, not the space of the data points (you can
use the p2c helpers on the axes in Flot to help you convert between these).
"amount" is the amount to zoom the viewport relative to the current range, so
1 is 100% (i.e. no change), 1.5 is 150% (zoom in), 0.7 is 70% (zoom out). You
can set the default in the options.
*/
// First two dependencies, jquery.event.drag.js and
// jquery.mousewheel.js, we put them inline here to save people the
// effort of downloading them.
/*
jquery.event.drag.js ~ v1.5 ~ Copyright (c) 2008, Three Dub Media (http://threedubmedia.com)
jquery.event.drag.js ~ v1.5 ~ Copyright (c) 2008, Three Dub Media (http://threedubmedia.com)
Licensed under the MIT License ~ http://threedubmedia.googlecode.com/files/MIT-LICENSE.txt
*/
(function(E){E.fn.drag=function(L,K,J){if(K){this.bind("dragstart",L)}if(J){this.bind("dragend",J)}return !L?this.trigger("drag"):this.bind("drag",K?K:L)};var A=E.event,B=A.special,F=B.drag={not:":input",distance:0,which:1,dragging:false,setup:function(J){J=E.extend({distance:F.distance,which:F.which,not:F.not},J||{});J.distance=I(J.distance);A.add(this,"mousedown",H,J);if(this.attachEvent){this.attachEvent("ondragstart",D)}},teardown:function(){A.remove(this,"mousedown",H);if(this===F.dragging){F.dragging=F.proxy=false}G(this,true);if(this.detachEvent){this.detachEvent("ondragstart",D)}}};B.dragstart=B.dragend={setup:function(){},teardown:function(){}};function H(L){var K=this,J,M=L.data||{};if(M.elem){K=L.dragTarget=M.elem;L.dragProxy=F.proxy||K;L.cursorOffsetX=M.pageX-M.left;L.cursorOffsetY=M.pageY-M.top;L.offsetX=L.pageX-L.cursorOffsetX;L.offsetY=L.pageY-L.cursorOffsetY}else{if(F.dragging||(M.which>0&&L.which!=M.which)||E(L.target).is(M.not)){return }}switch(L.type){case"mousedown":E.extend(M,E(K).offset(),{elem:K,target:L.target,pageX:L.pageX,pageY:L.pageY});A.add(document,"mousemove mouseup",H,M);G(K,false);F.dragging=null;return false;case !F.dragging&&"mousemove":if(I(L.pageX-M.pageX)+I(L.pageY-M.pageY)<M.distance){break}L.target=M.target;J=C(L,"dragstart",K);if(J!==false){F.dragging=K;F.proxy=L.dragProxy=E(J||K)[0]}case"mousemove":if(F.dragging){J=C(L,"drag",K);if(B.drop){B.drop.allowed=(J!==false);B.drop.handler(L)}if(J!==false){break}L.type="mouseup"}case"mouseup":A.remove(document,"mousemove mouseup",H);if(F.dragging){if(B.drop){B.drop.handler(L)}C(L,"dragend",K)}G(K,true);F.dragging=F.proxy=M.elem=false;break}return true}function C(M,K,L){M.type=K;var J=E.event.handle.call(L,M);return J===false?false:J||M.result}function I(J){return Math.pow(J,2)}function D(){return(F.dragging===false)}function G(K,J){if(!K){return }K.unselectable=J?"off":"on";K.onselectstart=function(){return J};if(K.style){K.style.MozUserSelect=J?"":"none"}}})(jQuery);
/* jquery.mousewheel.min.js
* Copyright (c) 2011 Brandon Aaron (http://brandonaaron.net)
* Licensed under the MIT License (LICENSE.txt).
@ -99,7 +97,7 @@ Licensed under the MIT License ~ http://threedubmedia.googlecode.com/files/MIT-L
* Thanks to: Seamus Leahy for adding deltaX and deltaY
*
* Version: 3.0.6
*
*
* Requires: 1.2.2+
*/
(function(d){function e(a){var b=a||window.event,c=[].slice.call(arguments,1),f=0,e=0,g=0,a=d.event.fix(b);a.type="mousewheel";b.wheelDelta&&(f=b.wheelDelta/120);b.detail&&(f=-b.detail/3);g=f;void 0!==b.axis&&b.axis===b.HORIZONTAL_AXIS&&(g=0,e=-1*f);void 0!==b.wheelDeltaY&&(g=b.wheelDeltaY/120);void 0!==b.wheelDeltaX&&(e=-1*b.wheelDeltaX/120);c.unshift(a,f,e,g);return(d.event.dispatch||d.event.handle).apply(this,c)}var c=["DOMMouseScroll","mousewheel"];if(d.event.fixHooks)for(var h=c.length;h;)d.event.fixHooks[c[--h]]=d.event.mouseHooks;d.event.special.mousewheel={setup:function(){if(this.addEventListener)for(var a=c.length;a;)this.addEventListener(c[--a],e,!1);else this.onmousewheel=e},teardown:function(){if(this.removeEventListener)for(var a=c.length;a;)this.removeEventListener(c[--a],e,!1);else this.onmousewheel=null}};d.fn.extend({mousewheel:function(a){return a?this.bind("mousewheel",a):this.trigger("mousewheel")},unmousewheel:function(a){return this.unbind("mousewheel",a)}})})(jQuery);
@ -200,11 +198,11 @@ Licensed under the MIT License ~ http://threedubmedia.googlecode.com/files/MIT-L
args = {};
if (!args.amount)
args.amount = plot.getOptions().zoom.amount
args.amount = plot.getOptions().zoom.amount;
args.amount = 1 / args.amount;
plot.zoom(args);
}
};
plot.zoom = function (args) {
if (!args)
@ -234,7 +232,8 @@ Licensed under the MIT License ~ http://threedubmedia.googlecode.com/files/MIT-L
var opts = axis.options,
min = minmax[axis.direction].min,
max = minmax[axis.direction].max,
zr = opts.zoomRange;
zr = opts.zoomRange,
pr = opts.panRange;
if (zr === false) // no zooming on this axis
return;
@ -248,6 +247,16 @@ Licensed under the MIT License ~ http://threedubmedia.googlecode.com/files/MIT-L
max = tmp;
}
//Check that we are in panRange
if (pr) {
if (pr[0] != null && min < pr[0]) {
min = pr[0];
}
if (pr[1] != null && max > pr[1]) {
max = pr[1];
}
}
var range = max - min;
if (zr &&
((zr[0] != null && range < zr[0]) ||
@ -262,8 +271,8 @@ Licensed under the MIT License ~ http://threedubmedia.googlecode.com/files/MIT-L
plot.draw();
if (!args.preventEvent)
plot.getPlaceholder().trigger("plotzoom", [ plot ]);
}
plot.getPlaceholder().trigger("plotzoom", [ plot, args ]);
};
plot.pan = function (args) {
var delta = {
@ -311,7 +320,7 @@ Licensed under the MIT License ~ http://threedubmedia.googlecode.com/files/MIT-L
if (!args.preventEvent)
plot.getPlaceholder().trigger("plotpan", [ plot ]);
}
};
function shutdown(plot, eventHolder) {
eventHolder.unbind(plot.getOptions().zoom.trigger, onZoomClick);

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@ -1,68 +1,66 @@
/*
Flot plugin for selecting regions.
The plugin defines the following options:
selection: {
mode: null or "x" or "y" or "xy",
color: color
}
Selection support is enabled by setting the mode to one of "x", "y" or
"xy". In "x" mode, the user will only be able to specify the x range,
similarly for "y" mode. For "xy", the selection becomes a rectangle
where both ranges can be specified. "color" is color of the selection
(if you need to change the color later on, you can get to it with
plot.getOptions().selection.color).
When selection support is enabled, a "plotselected" event will be
emitted on the DOM element you passed into the plot function. The
event handler gets a parameter with the ranges selected on the axes,
like this:
placeholder.bind("plotselected", function(event, ranges) {
alert("You selected " + ranges.xaxis.from + " to " + ranges.xaxis.to)
// similar for yaxis - with multiple axes, the extra ones are in
// x2axis, x3axis, ...
});
The "plotselected" event is only fired when the user has finished
making the selection. A "plotselecting" event is fired during the
process with the same parameters as the "plotselected" event, in case
you want to know what's happening while it's happening,
A "plotunselected" event with no arguments is emitted when the user
clicks the mouse to remove the selection.
/* Flot plugin for selecting regions of a plot.
Copyright (c) 2007-2012 IOLA and Ole Laursen.
Licensed under the MIT license.
The plugin supports these options:
selection: {
mode: null or "x" or "y" or "xy",
color: color
}
Selection support is enabled by setting the mode to one of "x", "y" or "xy".
In "x" mode, the user will only be able to specify the x range, similarly for
"y" mode. For "xy", the selection becomes a rectangle where both ranges can be
specified. "color" is color of the selection (if you need to change the color
later on, you can get to it with plot.getOptions().selection.color).
When selection support is enabled, a "plotselected" event will be emitted on
the DOM element you passed into the plot function. The event handler gets a
parameter with the ranges selected on the axes, like this:
placeholder.bind( "plotselected", function( event, ranges ) {
alert("You selected " + ranges.xaxis.from + " to " + ranges.xaxis.to)
// similar for yaxis - with multiple axes, the extra ones are in
// x2axis, x3axis, ...
});
The "plotselected" event is only fired when the user has finished making the
selection. A "plotselecting" event is fired during the process with the same
parameters as the "plotselected" event, in case you want to know what's
happening while it's happening,
A "plotunselected" event with no arguments is emitted when the user clicks the
mouse to remove the selection.
The plugin allso adds the following methods to the plot object:
- setSelection(ranges, preventEvent)
- setSelection( ranges, preventEvent )
Set the selection rectangle. The passed in ranges is on the same
form as returned in the "plotselected" event. If the selection mode
is "x", you should put in either an xaxis range, if the mode is "y"
you need to put in an yaxis range and both xaxis and yaxis if the
selection mode is "xy", like this:
Set the selection rectangle. The passed in ranges is on the same form as
returned in the "plotselected" event. If the selection mode is "x", you
should put in either an xaxis range, if the mode is "y" you need to put in
an yaxis range and both xaxis and yaxis if the selection mode is "xy", like
this:
setSelection({ xaxis: { from: 0, to: 10 }, yaxis: { from: 40, to: 60 } });
setSelection({ xaxis: { from: 0, to: 10 }, yaxis: { from: 40, to: 60 } });
setSelection will trigger the "plotselected" event when called. If
you don't want that to happen, e.g. if you're inside a
"plotselected" handler, pass true as the second parameter. If you
are using multiple axes, you can specify the ranges on any of those,
e.g. as x2axis/x3axis/... instead of xaxis, the plugin picks the
first one it sees.
- clearSelection(preventEvent)
setSelection will trigger the "plotselected" event when called. If you don't
want that to happen, e.g. if you're inside a "plotselected" handler, pass
true as the second parameter. If you are using multiple axes, you can
specify the ranges on any of those, e.g. as x2axis/x3axis/... instead of
xaxis, the plugin picks the first one it sees.
- clearSelection( preventEvent )
Clear the selection rectangle. Pass in true to avoid getting a
"plotunselected" event.
- getSelection()
Returns the current selection in the same format as the
"plotselected" event. If there's currently no selection, the
function returns null.
Returns the current selection in the same format as the "plotselected"
event. If there's currently no selection, the function returns null.
*/
@ -146,6 +144,8 @@ The plugin allso adds the following methods to the plot object:
function getSelection() {
if (!selectionIsSane())
return null;
if (!selection.show) return null;
var r = {}, c1 = selection.first, c2 = selection.second;
$.each(plot.getAxes(), function (name, axis) {

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