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Re: Controlling fonts etc in Gnuplot axis labels (etc)

From: Maynard Wright
Subject: Re: Controlling fonts etc in Gnuplot axis labels (etc)
Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 17:13:05 -0800
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Hi, Jeremy,

You might try using __gnuplot_set__ (note the leading and trailing double 

Octave 2.1.72 delivers a message to gset users pointing out that gset (also 
gshow, etc.)  will be removed from a future version of Octave and suggesting 
that higher level functions such as plot be used.

The note also states that, if you must use a lower level function, you should 
use __gnuplot_set__  to replace gset.

I suppressed the message by doing a search in my code for gset and globally 
replacing it with __gnuplot_set__.




On Friday 12 January 2007 14:19, Harbinson, Jeremy wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using Octave 2.9.9 on MacOSX 10.4, and I seem not to be able to
> control Gnuplot via the gset command (my last version of Octave was old). I
> have searched in the usual places, but all the information I can find about
> controlling the appearance of Gnuplot plots is via gset, which seems
> missing from 2.9.9 (help gset returns with the message that gset was not
> found).
> Is there a way that I can control fonts, font size etc, or control any
> other aspect of Gnuplot, from Octave? Sorry if this question is 'obvious'.
> Thanks,
> all the best,
> Jeremy Harbinson

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