Safe Haskell | None |
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Language | Haskell2010 |

## Synopsis

- newtype Measured n a = Measured {
- unmeasure :: (n, n, n) -> a

- type Measure n = Measured n n
- fromMeasured :: Num n => n -> n -> Measured n a -> a
- output :: n -> Measure n
- local :: Num n => n -> Measure n
- global :: Num n => n -> Measure n
- normalized :: Num n => n -> Measure n
- normalised :: Num n => n -> Measure n
- scaleLocal :: Num n => n -> Measured n a -> Measured n a
- atLeast :: Ord n => Measure n -> Measure n -> Measure n
- atMost :: Ord n => Measure n -> Measure n -> Measure n

# Documentation

'Measured n a' is an object that depends on `local`

, `normalized`

and `global`

scales. The `normalized`

and `global`

scales are
calculated when rendering a diagram.

For attributes, the `local`

scale gets multiplied by the average
scale of the transform.

## Instances

fromMeasured :: Num n => n -> n -> Measured n a -> a Source #

fromMeasured globalScale normalizedScale measure -> a

local :: Num n => n -> Measure n Source #

Local units are scaled by the average scale of a transform.

global :: Num n => n -> Measure n Source #

Global units are scaled so that they are interpreted relative to the size of the final rendered diagram.

normalized :: Num n => n -> Measure n Source #

Normalized units get scaled so that one normalized unit is the size of the final diagram.

normalised :: Num n => n -> Measure n Source #

Just like `normalized`

but spelt properly.

scaleLocal :: Num n => n -> Measured n a -> Measured n a Source #

Scale the local units of a `Measured`

thing.