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Size of .eps output plots

From: Joe Koski
Subject: Size of .eps output plots
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 20:12:41 -0600
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When I have many plots, I would prefer to avoid saving frame-by-frame from
my octave/gnuplot/aquaterm to .eps or .pdf format. To print the plots I
insert lines such as

print(["Soot_fv_",no_ext,"_",height,".eps"], "-FArialMT:18","-depsc")

into my script after a plot, and indeed I do get a nice .eps color output
file from the octave-forge print command.

The resulting .eps file is 3.5 inches by 5 inches, the same size as the
"small" prints from the photo lab. Yes, I have ImageMagick and
GraphicConverter and can convert to a larger size, but that is time
consuming, or requires writing a separate conversion script of some sort.

My question: is there a way to force the octave-forge print command to
produce larger images, or is this a gnuplot .eps issue that can't be changed
from within octave?


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