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I need to compare three map (measured, computed and misfit map) and I would like to know if there is possible to plot many grid with the same color bar? if yes, please for the package.


is it not possibility to I, to plot three grid/map with the same color bar for best compare and appreciate our result (mesured, computed and misfit grid);

I would like to compare three, but once I plot the three grids are different and even the colors appearing on the grids are not uniform from one grid to another and also on the color bar where the scale are not coincide.

i wish to have the package to overcome it.