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## Missing discontinuity in plot

**From**: |
Vivek |

**Subject**: |
Missing discontinuity in plot |

**Date**: |
8 Jul 1999 17:56:25 -0000 |

Hello,
This is a question related to gnuplot and octave.
If a data file contains blank line, gnuplot interprets it as a
discontinuity. This is very convenient to plot discontinuity to mark the
domain where a function is uundefined or data is not available.
However, if we make octave to read such data file (say xy.dat that contains
twoo columns corresponding to x and y) as in
load -f "xy.dat"
and the plot it using
plot( xy(:,1), xy(:,2) )
then octave wouldn't be able to recognise any discontinuity in the given
data. So, presently, I just use gplot "xy.dat" w l
Is there any way to represent such discontinuities in octave?
Regards,
Vivek...
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