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Re: Two superposed plots

From: Martin Senator
Subject: Re: Two superposed plots
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 10:25:05 -0400 (EDT)

My problem is to find a convenient way to superpose
the two plots.  Since I am using Octave for the first,
I can also use it to draw the second---it's more convenient
than going to Xfig.  But I'm still left with the
problem of getting the two 'drawings' on one Figure.

On Tue, 20 Jun 2006, Dmitri A. Sergatskov wrote:

On 6/20/06, Martin Senator <address@hidden> wrote:

I regularly use Octave to generate high quality plots
for papers.  Now I am trying to put two separate
plots in one figure.

Plot B is to be a simple vector polygon in an unused
corner to the plotting area showing:

        A horizontal vector in the negative x-direction
        a vertical vector in the positive y-direction
        two horizontal vectors in the positive x-direction
        equal to
        a resultant vector running from the tail of the
        first vector to the head of the fourth.
The equal horizontal and vertical scales of the vectors
are unrelated to the x- and y-scales of the other curves
(different units and ranges).

As I understand it, this is not really a plot, but rather a picture.
Perhaps the easiest is to use fig terminal and then use xfig
to draw the picture by hand.


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