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Re: Graphical Plotting Help Needed for Windows...

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: Graphical Plotting Help Needed for Windows...
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 08:47:34 +0900 (JST)


Default graphics backend is gnuplot for octave for windows.
Octave communicate gnuplot via pipe and it is slow.

You can use the other backend fltk.


The fltk backend is fast for 3D graphics.

However no  scale numbers nor titles are diskplayed on fltk on octave-3.2.3



--- Jason Martin <address@hidden> wrote:

> Good afternoon list,
> Please forgive me this one time error should this have been asked 
> before, or this is in the wrong list.  If it is both, then I guess I am 
> screwed. o.0
> I am trying to figure out how to get clearer plots out of Octave.  I am 
> using this m-file{}, and it is 
> giving me the following output: 
> .  While this is 
> adequate, it is difficult to see that this is a 3d image, and compared 
> to this output from Matlab, 
>, it is easy to see my 
> frustration.  I am trying to relieve my stress of having to log into my 
> schools slow remote desktops and do all of my math computations through 
> Octave, but the output is of such quality that I cannot insert that into 
> a report.  Also, it took 15 minutes to generate that image where Matlab 
> took 15 seconds.  I have been looking online for a replacement plotter 
> for use with Octave, but nothing I have found yet is working with 
> Windows.  It could just be that I lack the necessary skills to compile 
> some of these packages, or the knowledge of how to insert them into 
> Octave, I am unsure.  Can someone point me in the right direction to 
> getting opengl plots for Octave under Windows?
> Jason
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