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Re: [Patch]: Re: bug with plot

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: [Patch]: Re: bug with plot
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 17:44:34 +0900 (JST)


The final reply has not come from  Hans-Bernhard Broeker, 
perhaps thier idea is as follows,

The 'pt 0' is the defaut dot for the gnuplot for all terminals. 
There is no plan to the dot size to be changable for the gnuplot. 

For details, see Nabble from

On the other hand, if 'pt 7 ps 1' has been used as dot now in octave.
Perhaps this is set for the x11 terminal.

Try the graph window to be the full of the screen, the plot points seem to be 
filled circles.
The point size is changed according to the window size.

The dot is visible or not is also depend on dot density.

For exaple in gnuplot,

set sample 3000
plot sin(x) w p pt 0

You can see the dots even if it is small.

My opinion is dot plot should be 'pt 0' not be 'pt 7 ps 1', which will be 
affected by window size.



--- Tatsuro MATSUOKA <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hello
> I did not think that my posting causes  such long discussions.
> I am now asking to gnuplot ML the following.
> **************************
> Hello
> My name is Tatsuro Matsuoka
> I am a member of the octave ML and here.
> In the Octave ML, the dot style defenition is now discussing.
> Every member knows that 'pt 0' is common dot style for all terminals.
> However, the current octave set dot style, pt 7 ps 1 because 'pt 0' is too 
> small.
> But 'pt 7' is not always filled circle for all terminal.
> I also think 'pt 0' is too small to see on some terminals.
> (For example 'post term color').
> Of course this depends on the computer display.
> Can I change the dot size of the terminal ?
> If the size of dot can be changable by the option 
> I think the discussions in the octave ML will go to be finished.
> ****
> Tatsuro MATSUOKA
> ********************************
> I will go to the gnuplot ML for a while.
> Please wait a while for thier reply.
> Tatsuro
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