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Re: Saving plots

From: Etienne Grossmann
Subject: Re: Saving plots
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2001 08:10:21 GMT

  Example plot :

x = linspace (-5,5,20); y = sin (x-3) + 0.1*randn(1,20); plot (x, y)

  Saving it to .ps :

gset term postscript; gset out ""; replot; gset term x11;

  Viewing it :

system ("gv")

  Saving it to .fig :

gset term fig; gset out "foo.fig"; replot; gset term x11;

  The 'gset term x11' at the end is just so that future plots get 
displayed on the screen.

  Do 'info gnuplot' (from a shell, or C-H-i in emacs) for more saving



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