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John W. Eaton
Tue, 10 Apr 2007 15:15:37 -0400
On 10-Apr-2007, Daniel Oberhoff wrote:
| I try to get different linestyles as in matlab, but the linestyle
| property doesnt do anything, is it not implemented yet, or is there
| something special top look out for?
| I plot like
| also tried "--" and "-.", and using directly like (plot(x,y,':'), all
| give me just an unbroken line.
Please report bugs to the address@hidden list.
Yes, linestyle is implemented, at least for some linestyles. See the
function do_linestyle_command in scripts/plot/__go_draw_axes__.m. The
":" linestyle translates to sending
set style line 1 linecolor rgb "#0000ff" linetype 3 linewidth 0.500000
set style data lines;
plot "-" using ($1):($2) title "" with lines linestyle 1;
to gnuplot (you can see precisely what happens on your system by doing
gnuplot_binary ("tee debug.out | gnuplot")
before doing any plotting commands, then looking at what goes in the
However, this does not seem to work for me. I can't seem to make
gnuplot display anything but lines when it is doing color. I'd
consider a patch from someone who knows how to make gnuplot do the
right thing here.
| Also set(h,'Color',c) where c is one of rgby clears the plot and
| resets to blue.
What do you mwan by "one of rgby clears"? Do you mean a numeric RGB
specification like [1, 0, 0]? Are you using gnuplot 4.2? With
4.2, and a numeric RGB spec, it seems to work for me.