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From: Stephen Eglen
Subject: Unidentified subject!
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 14:23:19 +0000 (GMT)

 > (3) Sometimes I have to plot many plots on one graph using
 > plot(...). However, the annotations that appear on the screen for each
 > plot e.g. "... line1", "...line2", "...line3", etc. interfere with the
 > actual plots. I don't know whether it is possible to stop the
 > afore-mentioned amnnotations from appearing on the screen.

hi, there are several ways to handle this:

1 - remove the key altogether:
octave.bin> gset nokey

2 - move it somewhere else, e.g. to the bottom of the plot:

octave.bin> gset key bottom

3  Tell octave to use an empty key:

plot(x, sin(x), '-;;')

(The empty key is denoted using `;;' - the minus sign is for the line

for more help on key placement, type `help key' within gnuplot.


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