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Re: plotting issues and questions

From: Matt Funk
Subject: Re: plotting issues and questions
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 14:47:46 -0600
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Please bear with me a little while longer ... :)

now that i am switching to the 2.9.10 syntax as opposed to setting things in 
gnuplot i kind of need to start at the beginning with some stuff .

1) how do i set the size of the output file? Before i did __gnuplot_set__ size 
2,2. What is the equivalent with the new version? I did not find anything on 
how to do that either in the documentation for figure or to print.

2) when i do print -mono -deps "myfile.eps" it still prints it in color. Am i 
doing something wrong?


On Thursday 26 April 2007 14:03, John W. Eaton wrote:
> On 26-Apr-2007, Matt Funk wrote:
> | The admin rebooted the machine after which i was able to build
> | octave2.9.10. But in general i would still be interested whether it is
> | possible to pass octave containers directly to gnuplot as opposed to
> | going through a textfile because it seems that a lot of gnuplots
> | capabilities are limited when going through octave syntax (which might
> | very well be for a good reason).
> Octave 2.9.10 has the functions __gnuplot_save_data__ and
> __gnuplot_send_inline_data__.  These functions work with the plot
> stream that is opened when you use the __gnuplot_X__ functions.  It is
> completely separate from the connection to gnuplot that is made by the
> other Matlab compatible functions like plot, line, mesh, etc.  They
> are also internal commands, and may be removed from a future version
> of Octave without notice (though perhaps put in a separate package to
> be maintained separately).
> jwe

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