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Re: linestyle property

From: David Bateman
Subject: Re: linestyle property
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 09:40:02 +0200
User-agent: Thunderbird (X11/20060921)

Daniel Oberhoff wrote:
> also tried "--" and "-.", and using directly like (plot(x,y,':'), all  
> give me just an unbroken line. Also set(h,'Color',c) where c is one  
> of rgby clears the plot and resets to blue.
John noted that this works with gnuplot 4.2. With earlier versions of
gnuplot (the vast majority of systems installed at the moment), then "c"
in the above example must be a 3 element vector where all elements are
either 1 or 0. Unfortunately there is no consistent way to set the
colours in earlier versions of gnuplot. This will at least give you
RGBCMY, Black and a pseudo White colour (ie brown on X11)..


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