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Re: Easy plot question

From: David Bateman
Subject: Re: Easy plot question
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 17:40:51 +0200
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Dapr├Ęs address@hidden <address@hidden> (le 14/04/2003):
> you can use the "title" keyword to set the legend with the "gplot" command:
> octave:1> x = linspace(0,10,101) ' ;
> octave:2> plot1 = [ x , sin ( x ) ] ;
> octave:3> plot2 = [ x , cos ( x ) ] ;
> octave:4> gplot plot1 title "Sine" , plot2 title "Cosine"
> You can find more information about gplot with "help -i gplot".

Or if it is really a legend you want and not a title, try the legend
function in octave-forge in main/plot/legend.m. This function has recently
been updated to allow a many different types of legend (in a box, not; 
inside or outside the plot, etc). You could get the same effect with the
appropriate use of the gset function, but legend.m does all of the 
hard work for you.


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