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Re: plot - gnuplot - zero - format

From: Miquel Cabanas
Subject: Re: plot - gnuplot - zero - format
Date: Mon, 04 Apr 2005 15:37:17 +0200
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On Mon, Apr 04, 2005 at 01:58:29PM +0200, Jiri Pachman wrote:
> I have problem plotting results from octave in gnuplot. How do I change  
> 0.0 e00 to simply 0 with preserving the predefined format for the rest of  
> the numbers. Lets say I want
> set format y ???%2.1t{/Symbol \327}10^{%L}???  but with zero as ???0???
> The only way I could come up with at this time is to set tics at certain  
> points excluding 0.

for such fine editting I would suggest saving the plot in an
editable (vector) format, whether postscript, Fig (editable with
XFig), etc.

> PS: Is there a separate gnuplot list or is it included here as a part of  
> octave handling graphics?

gnuplot is a separate program used by octave to handle all plots.
You will find more information and help at its website,

for information on gnuplot related mail lists, check the first
section at,


Miquel E Cabanas ------------------------------------------------------
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