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## Re: Save a plot to .ps

**From**: |
Oliver Eichler |

**Subject**: |
Re: Save a plot to .ps |

**Date**: |
Mon, 24 May 1999 22:16:27 +0200 (CEST) |

>*> I really wonder how I can convert an octave plot to a postscript. In MatLab*
>*> I*
>*> would do this with ´print´. In octave...? Does anyone know?*
>* *
>* *
>* gset term postscript*
>* gset output "myfile.ps"*
>* replot*
>* *
>* (then you probably want to reset your term)*
>* gset term x11*
Ok, thanks. I got this one plus all the pointers to the archive. There is only
one question left :) In MatLab the ´print´ command is something like ´print
-deps file.ps´ You notice? No brackets. In octave this seems to be possibe,
too, as shown above. But what is the difference to a normal function
definition. (I guess gset is internally recognized and handled, isn´t it?) Or
is it possible to do this from a m-file? I would love to stick as close to
MatLab style as possible. Any ideas?
oliver
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**Save a plot to .ps**, *oliver . eichler*, `1999/05/24`
**Re: Save a plot to .ps**, *Eric Ortega*, `1999/05/24`
**Re: Save a plot to .ps**,
*Oliver Eichler* **<=**
**Re: Save a plot to .ps**, *Daniel Heiserer*, `1999/05/25`
**Re: Save a plot to .ps**, *John W. Eaton*, `1999/05/27`
**Re: Save a plot to .ps**, *Daniel Heiserer*, `1999/05/28`
**Re: Save a plot to .ps**, *John W. Eaton*, `1999/05/28`
**Re: Save a plot to .ps**, *Daniel Heiserer*, `1999/05/31`