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Re: Plotting problems

From: Kubinszky Ferenc
Subject: Re: Plotting problems
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 08:45:21 +0100 (MET)

On Mon, 15 Nov 1999, Robert G. Snyder wrote:

> Kubinszky Ferenc wrote:
> > -----------------
> > First I can see all the 3 lines in the gnuplot window, but when I run it
> > next I can only see one os the lines. (1. 3. 5. ... runs are OK, but
> > 2. 4. 6. runs are corrupt). And the postscript file is corrupt too.
> > Strange. Why ?
> Not sure if this is the answer, but try putting "gset
> output" (with no argument) at the end after "gset term X11".
> The way it's written, the output from gnuplot stays
> connected to the file. I think the output file will be
> overwritten each time this way, but I don't know if that's a
> problems. (Also, you don't need "gset term X11" both at the
> top and the bottom.)
> It's not real clear from the docs that you have to issue the
> "gset output" command to close out the file properly when
> you're done writing to it.

'gset output' haven't worked.
But I changed 'hold' to 'hold("on")' and that solved the problem.
>From the docs:
"An argument of off turns the hold state off, and hold with no arguments
toggles the current hold state."

I should read the docs carefully. :(


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