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Henry F. Mollet
Sat, 10 Mar 2007 18:57:00 -0800
Stem.m exists/is available via octave-forge. See below.
octave:2> help stem.m
stem.m is the file:
usage: stem(x, [,y] [, linetype])
Draws struts for each point, overlaid on another line type. This is
plot(x, y, linetype, x, y, "^;;")
but with the pointsize increased so that you can see the symbols
clearly. By default, linetype is "o;;" so that circles are
connected to the x-axis with struts.
Note that a plot can only support one point size, so if you are
plotting multiple plots, do stem last to keep large points.
t=0:0.1:2*pi; x=sin(t); idx=1:4:length(t);
plot(t,x,"r-+;sin(x);"); hold on
stem(t(idx), x(idx),"bo;struts;"); hold off
Additional help for built-in functions, operators, and variables
is available in the on-line version of the manual. Use the command
-- less -- (f)orward, (b)ack, (q)uit
on 3/10/07 2:27 PM, Quentin Spencer at address@hidden wrote:
> Michael Hahn wrote:
>> I have installed Octave on openSUSE 10.2 with the YaST paket manager. I need
>> the function stem() but there is no file calles stem.m
>> What can I do?
> The octave-forge package has stem.m. I haven't used it, so I don't know
> how well it works, but I would imaging openSuSE has octave-forge available.
> Help-octave mailing list
- stem.m, Michael Hahn, 2007/03/09
- Re: stem.m, Quentin Spencer, 2007/03/10
- Re: stem.m,
Henry F. Mollet <=