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RE: question about multiple plots

From: Steven Thijs
Subject: RE: question about multiple plots
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2005 01:55:46 -0600

Thanks Joe for the help,


I’m able to use the subplot command. This plots different figures inside one big figure. The disadvantage now is that each figure becomes smaller.

Do you think it is possible (just like in matlab) to generate different separate figures, where each figure can be as large as the full screen?


Thanks, and happy holidays!




From: Joe Koski [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 10:10 PM
To: Steven Thijs; address@hidden
Subject: Re: question about multiple plots



Take a look at the subplot command. Figure just sets the figure number, not the number of figures.


on 12/22/05 6:59 AM, Steven Thijs at address@hidden wrote:

I’m running octave for windows.
Is it possible to plot multiple figures?
I try to use the command: figure (2)  for example,
but this just returns 2, instead of opening a new figure.
Thanks for any help,

Steven Thijs
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