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Re: reading mouse position with gnuplot

From: Petr Mikulik
Subject: Re: reading mouse position with gnuplot
Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2005 08:16:13 -0500

Is there a possibility of reading mouse position in gnuplot and passing it
back to octave. I'd like to, sort of, immitate pgplot's PGBAND procedure.

Have you taken a look at the ginput function in octave-forge?

You can use the "native" ginput.m solution for gnuplot 4.x from here:

section "Programming interfaces -- bidirectional interaction".

- Could this .m replace that in octave-forge?
- Similarly, zooming by mouse is native in gnuplot 4. Should "gzoom" be
  replaced by waiting for two "pause mouse"?


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