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Re: plot with different axes scale
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Ben Harris |
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Re: plot with different axes scale |
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Wed, 7 Aug 2002 11:54:36 -0500 |
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Ben Harris
To: marcelo
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08/07/2002 11:53 cc:
AM Subject: Re: plot with different
axes scale(Document link: Ben Harris's Mail)
The epstk toolkit allows you to plot using two different scales. It's
downloadable from:
http://www.epstk.de/
An example is attached. However, as a newbie you should know that there are
a number of steps involved to use these scripts. All the steps are
documented of course. Basically, you install epstk, install ghostview and
ghostscript, then configure epstk to know where to find the ghostview and
ghostscript executables are.
Hope this helps,
Ben
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marcelo
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ei.furg.br> cc:
Subject: plot with
different axes scale
08/07/2002 10:29 AM
Dear Mr/Mrs octave users
I'm newbie to octave, but i'm grateful to be using this
free software!
my question is about plotting data with different scales...
like
x=rand(100,1)
y1=10.*x
y2=100.*x
mplot() #using left axes with same scale
plot()#just plot x and y1
so, i just plot to left axes with range(0:1) and right axes with
range(10:100)
Is there some function or script to do this??
Thanks a lot for any help
sorry for my poor english!!
--
Marcelo Alexandre Bruno - Pos-graduacao Oceanografia Biologica
Departamento de Oceanografia - Laboratorio de Ecologia do Ictioplancton
(0xx53) 2336529 - Rio Grande - RS - BRAZIL
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