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Re: Subplot

From: James R. Phillips
Subject: Re: Subplot
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 14:58:57 -0700 (PDT)

--- Rajith Padmanabhan  wrote:

> I am an octave newbie.
> Is it possible to save a figure which has six subplot windows as an eps in
> octave?
> When I use the 'print' command, it only saves the last plot window.
> regards,
> rajith

No, unfortunately print is not compatible with subplots.  You can save the
result to an eps file by performing a gset term and gset output prior to
performing the first subplot.  When plotting is complete, restore the default
term and output.

I find it easiest to keep all plotting commands for a single figure in a single
script.  When the screen output of the script looks right, continue editing the
script to add the modifications I described above.  Or something along those


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