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Re: Axis autoscaling works but gives wrong ans?

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: Axis autoscaling works but gives wrong ans?
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 20:40:01 -0600

On 16-Feb-2004, Paul Kienzle <address@hidden> wrote:

| I've been tempted in the past to keep track of the data range
| on the octave side so that axis could return something
| reasonable.  It's a kludge, but I think it would work.

As long as you have graw or even gset {x,y,z}range, then it will hard
to know what gnuplot thinks the ranges are.

| It would work even better if octave took complete control of the
| axes and never let gnuplot set them.

This would require keeping track of all the plot data for a given plot
(including any lines added when hold is "on") so we could set the
ranges before plotting.  It will be a bit of work.  OTOH, this is also
what is really needed if we are going to eliminate temporary files and
correctly handle plotting multiple lines directly to hardcopy devices.


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