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## Re: Help printing parametric plot

**From**: |
John B. Thoo |

**Subject**: |
Re: Help printing parametric plot |

**Date**: |
Fri, 9 May 2003 16:18:34 -0700 |

`Thank you very much for a solution. I thought "graw" was a way to have
``octave use "native" gnuplot commands and didn't realize that I was
``bypassing octave's plotting entirely in that way.
`

`Thanks again. I have printed successfully using your first solution.
``:-)
`
---John.
On Friday, May 9, 2003, at 03:35 PM, Przemek Klosowski wrote:

The problem pops up because you are bypassing octave's plotting with
raw calls to gnuplot---in your example octave doesn't even do
anything, so you might just use gnuplot directly. Natively in octave,
parametric plots should probably be done via regular octave
facilities:
t=0:.1:4*pi; x=t-sin(t); y=1-cos(t); plot(x,y)
to let printeps and all other octave plot facilities work.
Solution B might be to change the printeps script to do graw("replot")
instead.
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