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RE: Zooms in WINDOWS

From: Czauz Kamil
Subject: RE: Zooms in WINDOWS
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 13:37:45 -0400

can anyone tell me how to find .gnuplot on WINDOWS (XP)?

i have octave-forge 2.1.73 and would like to know how to zoom and do other things, but i need to find the .gnuplot folder and i cant seem to find it anywhere here.

thank you

-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden on behalf of Quentin Spencer
Sent: Tue 7/11/2006 9:13 AM
To: Cédric Févotte
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: Zooms

Cédric Févotte wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm an Octave newbie and one thing I miss from Matlab is the ability to
> zoom on figures (this at least does not seem to be possible when using
> Gnuplot).

It is possible in gnuplot 4.0, but you need to enable it in gnuplot with
the command "set mouse". This can be done automatically by putting the
command in a file called .gnuplot in your home directory.

> Is there any Octave graphics interface around there allowing such a thing ?

There are others. See the octave graphics mailing list archives. My
experience is that while some of them do some things better than
gnuplot, none of them can really do everything that gnuplot does (2D and
3D plots), which is why gnuplot is still the default.


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