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Re: Problem with "gset term gif" and "plot"
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flatmax |
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Re: Problem with "gset term gif" and "plot" |
Date: |
Wed, 10 May 2000 16:23:09 +1000 (EST) |
Assuming octave executes the gnuplot installed on the localhost, then you
could try :
gnuplot
help term
the look at the supported terms for me it is :
aed512 aed767 aifm bitgraph
cgm corel dumb dxf
eepic emtex epson-180dpi epson-60dpi
epson-lx800 fig gif gpic
hp2623a hp2648 hp500c hpdj
hpgl hpljii hppj imagen
kc-tek40xx km-tek40xx latex mf
mif nec-cp6 okidata pbm
pcl5 postscript pslatex pstex
pstricks qms regis selanar
starc table tandy-60dpi tek410x
texdraw tgif tkcanvas tpic
vttek x11 xlib
and so on,
but I did compile me gnuplot especially to include gif terminals !
Matt
On Wed, 10 May 2000, John W. Eaton wrote:
> On 9-May-2000, fermin <address@hidden> wrote:
>
> | Greetings from Canary Islands (Spain)
> |
> | Im starting to use OCTAVE, and i have a problem.
> |
> | Im trying to display a graphic with several values. When i use the
> | "gset
> | term gif" option, i get only the first value graphic. For example using
> | "plot (t,x,t,z)" I obtain the "tx" graphic only.
> |
> | If I dont use the "gset term gif" option in my program, and load the .M
> | file in OCTAVE i get the correct result (This is tx and tz values
> | graphic).
> |
> | I dont know what to do to correct this problem,
> |
> | Somebody can help me?
>
> Try
>
> plot (t, x, t, z)
> gset term gif
> gset output "foo.gif"
> replot
>
> The plot command uses a series of
>
> plot <line 1>
> replot <line2>
> ...
> replot <lineN>
>
> commands, which may not do the right thing for all terminal drivers.
> Octave's replot command just asks gnuplot to perform a replot
> operation, which should result in all the current lines going to one
> plot.
>
> jwe
>
>
>
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