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labels on graphs--help with new syntax please

From: Alan Robert Clark
Subject: labels on graphs--help with new syntax please
Date: Wed, 03 Jan 2007 13:13:05 +0200
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Hi All

An upgrade (long overdue, I admit) from FC3 to FC6 took me from 2.1.57 to 2.9.9, along with the rather nasty shock of a missing graw, gset etc :-) Now none of my plotting stuff works. I am rather laboriously going through my many m-files, converting to the new syntax (Please keep it this way now :-) :-) :-)

A number of things stump me however. I can't see any other way than to revert to the olde __gnuplot_gset__ approach to life. I would appreciate opinions as to how to do this: (its from a rainfall data program for the old style stuff)

gset xrange [1992:];

ie start at 1992, but finish automatically.
And the one that has really got me:

eval(sprintf('gset label "  Avg=%.2f" at 1992, %f;', avg,avg+0.05*avg));

ie to label the rain data with a line at the current average rainfall.

I did check the archives, but couldn't find anything.

Many thanks for your time. New Year's Greetings from Sunny South Africa!
Alan Robert Clark, Pr Eng     Computational Electromagnetics
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