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## RE: is the ps graph plot match what original instruction intend?

**From**: |
Ted Harding |

**Subject**: |
RE: is the ps graph plot match what original instruction intend? |

**Date**: |
Tue, 29 Feb 2000 01:32:54 -0600 (CST) |

On 29-Feb-00 eric wrote:
>* Dear octave programers:*
>* *
>* In 1994 mailing list about sinc funtion, *
>* if we use *
>* sin([-0.01:.001:-.001 pi/2 .001:.001:.01])./([-0.01:.001:-.001 1 *
>* .001:.001:.01]) to simulate sin(x)/(x) -0.01<x<0.01, why when I plot it*
>* out, the horizontal scale is from 0 to 25?*
>* include ps file*
>* *
>* need and thanks your help*
>* Eric*
>* address@hidden*
I can only assume that (if 'y' denotes the vector of values of the
function) you have plotted it using the equivalent of
plot(y)
Since there are 21 points to be plotted, and you have not given any
information about the range of x-values, it will plot the y-values
at x-coordinates 1, 2, ... , 20, 21 and choose a "rounded-up" x-range
of 0:25 for the x-axis.
You should get the correct plot if you let x = 0.001*(-10:10) and
then plot with
plot(x,y)
I hope this helps.
Ted.
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**RE: is the ps graph plot match what original instruction intend?**,
*Ted Harding* **<=**