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## How do you change to an ordinate on gsplot?

**From**: |
Robert A. Macy |

**Subject**: |
How do you change to an ordinate on gsplot? |

**Date**: |
Sun, 24 Apr 2005 06:54:28 -0700 |

How do you change to an ordinate "scale" in gsplot?
I'm not mathematical, so I may be using the wrong terms,
but what I mean is:
Given a two dimensional array of real values,
the line...
>*> gsplot values;*
...something automatically makes a great 2d mesh plot
with x = rowsofvalues and y = columnsofvalues
and z = values
I want y to be transformed to a different "scale".
I have specific values for the scale. The values are not
uniform. so the mesh display has "sawtooth" like artifacts.
How do I change the y to be a function of indices?
Stated another way.
How do I 2d mesh plot an array with x = index of rows
and y = monotonic function ( index of columns ) ??
- Robert -
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**How do you change to an ordinate on gsplot?**,
*Robert A. Macy* **<=**