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Re: Plotting in octave

From: asha g
Subject: Re: Plotting in octave
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 13:00:02 +0530 (IST)

Thanks Liam. I use Ubuntu as OS. I don't have a Mac.  In this simply conversion to .pdf does not do the trick. Increasing marker size does.

Asha G 

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--- On Tue, 2/11/10, Liam Groener <address@hidden> wrote:

From: Liam Groener <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: Plotting in octave
To: "asha g" <address@hidden>
Date: Tuesday, 2 November, 2010, 12:24 PM

On Nov 1, 2010, at 10:53 PM, asha g wrote:

At least in OS X, printing the graph to pdf, eg:
  print graph1.pdf
results in, in my opinion, much nicer looking plots.

Pardon my ignorance. But what is OS X ?
I anyway convert eps2pdf and finally attach my pdf plot in beamer  for the talk. But it is still way too light.

Sorry about that, OS X is the Mac operating system.

Here is an example of the difference for a plot generated from the following commands:
[29] >> x = 0:.2:6;
[30] >> y = sin(x).*exp(-.25*x);
[31] >> plot(x,y,'+','markersize',4,'linewidth',5)
[32] >> print plot1.pdf

The first graph is from gnuplot while the second is the pdf.

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