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## Re: plotting with equal scale for x & y

**From**: |
Paul Kienzle |

**Subject**: |
Re: plotting with equal scale for x & y |

**Date**: |
Mon, 29 May 2000 13:28:10 +0100 (BST) |

Dirk Laurie <address@hidden>:
>*Stef Pillaert skryf:*
>*> Hello,*
>*> *
>*> this probably has been asked before, but I didn't find an answer in the*
>*> archives..It probably is actually a gnuplot question too...*
>*> *
>*> Is there a way to force the scale of the plotted axes (e.g. to force the x*
>*> & y axis to have the same scale) (and by scale, I mean the way it is shown on*
>*> screen: so a square should be a square on screen)? I know this seems a silly*
>*> question, because you can always resize the gnu-plot window: can this be*
>*> "blocked" in some way? . Or should I work around it by making it a postscript*
>*> plot?*
>*> *
>
>*gset size ratio -1*
>
>*Dirk*
or use axis('square') to call gset for you, and axis('normal') to restore.
Available at:
http://users.powernet.co.uk/kienzle/signalPAK/fixes/axis.m
or in the bug-octave archives or in the bleeding edge octave tree.
Paul Kienzle
address@hidden
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