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`inpsquad` documentation

`inpsquad` is part of Antarctic Mapping Tools for Matlab (Greene et al., 2017). Click here for a complete list of functions in AMT.

This function returns `true` for points in a polar stereographic quadrangle.

## Contents

## Syntax

tf = inpsquad(lat,lon,latlim,lonlim) tf = inpsquad(lat,lon,xlim,ylim) tf = inpsquad(x,y,latlim,lonlim) tf = inpsquad(x,y,xlim,ylim) tf = inpsquad(...,'inclusive') [rows,cols] = inpsquad(...)

## Description

`tf = inpsquad(lat,lon,latlim,lonlim)` returns logical matrix `tf`, which is the same size as `lat` and `lon`. `tf` is `true` for all points inside the polar stereographic extents of all points in `latlim`, `lonlim`. `lat` and `lon` must be the same size. `latlim` and `lonlim` must be the same size. With this syntax, all points are converted to polar stereographic (re 71°) meters and limits are taken as the limits of the projected values before performing `inpolygon` calculation.

`tf = inpsquad(lat,lon,xlim,ylim)` as above, but data limits are defined by polar stereographic meters. Polar stereographic units are determined based on the ranges of inputs with the islatlon function.

`tf = inpsquad(x,y,latlim,lonlim)` Input data points can be polar stereographic meters. Polar stereographic units are determined based on the ranges of inputs with the islatlon function.

`tf = inpsquad(x,y,xlim,ylim)` All inputs can be polar stereographic meters. Polar stereographic units are determined based on the ranges of inputs with the `islatlon` function.

`tf = inpsquad(...,'inclusive')` includes points on the edge of the polygon defined by `xlim,ylim` or `latlim,lonlim`.

`[rows,cols] = inpsquad(...)` returns rows and columns of `lat,lon` or `x,y` that have *any* points inside the polar stereographic quadrangle. Note, a row or column needs only one point inside the quadrangle to return `true` for that row or column.

## Example

Define a grid and some scattered data: This example includes a call to the highly-recommended `antbounds` function, which plots the grounding line from Mouginot et al.

[latgrid,longrid] = psgrid('pine island glacier',500,2); scatlat = -75 + 1.5*randn(15,1); scatlon = -100 + 2*randn(15,1); mapzoomps('pine island glacier','mapwidth',1500) plotps(latgrid,longrid,'b.','markersize',2) antbounds gl plotps(scatlat,scatlon,'rh')

Find all scattered points inside the polar stereographic range of the gridded points and show them as magenta circles:

```
in = inpsquad(scatlat,scatlon,latgrid,longrid);
plotps(scatlat(in),scatlon(in),'mo')
```

Or find find all gridded points inside the range of scattered points and display them as black dots:

```
in = inpsquad(latgrid,longrid,scatlat,scatlon);
plotps(latgrid(in),longrid(in),'k.')
```

This function can be used to trim large datasets to a region of interest:

[r,c] = inpsquad(latgrid,longrid,scatlat,scatlon); trimlat = latgrid(r,c); trimlon = longrid(r,c);

## Citing AMT

If this function or any other part of Antarctic Mapping Tools is useful for you, please cite the paper that describes AMT.

Greene, C. A., Gwyther, D. E., & Blankenship, D. D. Antarctic Mapping Tools for Matlab. *Computers & Geosciences*. 104 (2017) pp.151-157. doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2016.08.003.

## Author Info

The `inpsquad` function and supporting documentation were written for Antarctic Mapping Tools by Chad Greene of the University of Texas at Austin's Institute for Geophysics (UTIG), September 2015.