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Re: Octave/gnuplot question

From: Søren Hauberg
Subject: Re: Octave/gnuplot question
Date: Fri, 08 Sep 2006 22:44:59 +0200

If you have octave-forge installed you can use the legend command:
    fplot('sin(x)', [0, pi])
If you don't have (or don't want) octave-forge you can just download
legend.m from*checkout*/octave/octave-forge/main/plot/inst/legend.m?revision=1.1


fre, 08 09 2006 kl. 14:54 -0500, skrev Holmes, Tim:
> Hi,
> I am a MATLAB user and have used gnuplot in the distant past.  I have
> installed the latest version of Octave and Cygwin.  I am able to get my
> Matlab .m file to run.  I am overlaying many plots on a single set of
> axes.  Gnuplot/Octave wants to automatically place a legend ("Line 1 -,
> Line 2 -", etc.) on the plot.  When I am trying to plot 100 to 1000 runs
> (a bit detector's "eye" pattern) this is unacceptable.  I have reviewed
> the Octave and gnuplot documentation and cannot find the proper command
> to shut this off.  Help!
> Any information would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Tim Holmes
> Dynetics, Inc.
> 256-964-4437
> address@hidden
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