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Re: Repeated imagesc in one figure

From: Jill Guyonnet
Subject: Re: Repeated imagesc in one figure
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 22:40:06 +0200

Okay, thank you very much, it's not cozy but it works. Cheers.

From: A S Hodel <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
Subject: Re: Repeated imagesc in one figure
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 20:25:08 -0500

I saw the same problem with earlier versions of Octave; I am using
2.9.10 (CVS) and it uses only one window.
  It's dreadfully slow, but it works.  On a Mac you may prefer to
write the images as a sequence and then stitch them together into a
movie with Quicktime Pro.

On Apr 25, 2007, at 4:20 PM, Quentin Spencer wrote:

> Jill Guyonnet wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've got Octave 2.9.9 on a MacBook Pro (Intel) working with
>> gnuplot and
>> ImageMagick. I'd like to make cellular automata like I did on
>> Matlab by
>> performing a time loop and refresh the figure with an imagesc on
>> each time
>> step (so that the result will look kind of like a movie). But now,
>> with each
>> imagesc I call, Octave opens a new window, which is annoying for
>> long loops.
>> Any idea if this could be done ?
>> Regards
> In 2.9.10, the imagesc function has been changed so it uses gnuplot (I
> think it requires gnuplot 4.2). I think it would have the intended
> effect you are looking for.
> Quentin
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