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## Re: Put fitting results/parameters on the plot/graph?

**From**: |
Robert A. Macy |

**Subject**: |
Re: Put fitting results/parameters on the plot/graph? |

**Date**: |
Tue, 04 Oct 2005 10:14:51 -0700 |

use this form...
y1=min(variable);y2=max(variable);
cmdstr=(sprintf("gset yrange [%f:%f]\n",y1,y2);
eval(cmdstr);
needs to have a command string approach to do those gset
commands.
- Robert -
On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 11:59:18 -0500
"Sun, Mingzhai" <address@hidden> wrote:
>* Hi, *
>* The problem I have is the following:*
>* *
>* for i=1:10*
>* output_filename=["result", i, ".ps"]*
>* gset output output_filename #Here is one*
>* problem!!!!!!!!*
>* gset terminal postscript*
>* gset label "i=%g", i at graph 0, 0.2 #Another*
>* problem!!!!!!!*
>* grid on*
>* plot(x, y)*
>* end*
>* *
>* As I indicated above, there are two problems. *
>* 1. I can not change the output file name as the loop goes*
>* on. Actually *
>* what I really got is: "output_filename". What I really*
>* want is to have*
>* file names 1.ps, 2.ps etc. *
>* 2. I want to put the i's value on the graph, so that I*
>* can which i value *
>* the graph is corresponding to. But octave told me that*
>* "i" is not undefined*
>* variable.*
>* *
>* I searched using google, but I could not get the solution*
>* for these two*
>* problems. *
>* *
>* Any suggestions?*
>* Thanks in advance.*
>* *
>* Ming*
>* *
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