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Re: Plot sequencing problem

From: Andrass Ziska Davidsen
Subject: Re: Plot sequencing problem
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 11:34:50 +0200

On Mon, 2005-10-24 at 15:19 -0400, Madhusudan Singh wrote:
> I am trying to create a slew of plots from my data using octave. Code 
> snippet :
> gset term png transparent enhanced xffffff x000000
> gset size 1,1
> gset origin 0,0
> gset key outside
> gset output "U1BC.png"
> [plotcmd1,lcmd1]=plotcmd('d11',p11,"","IV",1,2,0);
> eval(plotcmd1)
> xlabel('Vbc')
> ylabel('Ibc')
> title('Patterned UOG 1 D1 - base collector IV')
> gset output
> gset output "U1D1-TFIC.png"
> [plotcmd2,lcmd2]=plotcmd('d12',p12,"Vce=",r12,1,3,0);
> eval(plotcmd2)
> xlabel('Vb')
> ylabel('Ic')
> title('Patterned UOG 1 D1 - forward transfer')
> gset output
> plotcmd is code that I wrote (its well tested - no bugs there) that returns a 
> string that creates the plot.
> What I find above is that the xlabel, ylabel and the title of the first plot 
> end up in the second.

Try to change the order of your statements, such that the
'eval(plotcmd)' line comes after the 'title' line.

Andrass Ziska Davidsen
M.Sc. Offshore Construction

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