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Re: Help-octave Digest, Vol 11, Issue 59

From: Thomas Schmelzer
Subject: Re: Help-octave Digest, Vol 11, Issue 59
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 06:46:46 +0000

Dear Experts,

I am a volunteer teaching assistant at the AIMS, an ambitious project to teach 
the best students from all over Africa.
People here use Python and Octave. I am very familiar with MATLAB and have 
some difficulties to adapt some
MATLAB code to Octave. Here is a tiny fragment that does not work in Octave. 
Your help is very appreciated.


I am plotting two columns of the matrix X, all columns represent a function 
sampled at t

% I don't know how to make lines more thick?
plot(t, X(S1,1:end), t, X(S2,1:end), '--', 'LineWidth',3 );

% It works without the FontSize command.

xlabel('Time', 'FontSize', 18)

ylabel('Number', 'FontSize', 18)

% I couldn't get legend to work at all


% Title with multiple lines and other kinky stuff

title({['SIR model, L.J.S. Allen, p.286'];['\beta=', num2str
(beta), '; ', '\gamma=', num2str(gamma), '; ', 'R_0=', num2str
(R0), '; ', 'N=', num2str(N_total)]},'FontSize', 18);

Thomas Schmelzer
Balliol College, Oxford University Computing Laboratory
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