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Re: multiplot; how 2 use

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: multiplot; how 2 use
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2003 13:25:39 -0500

On  4-Jun-2003, Miquel Cabanas <address@hidden> wrote:

| go figure! actually go figure ()  ;)
| try 
| n = 0:1:10
| x = sin (n);
| y = sin (n);
| figure (1);
| plot (n,x)
| figure(2);
| plot (n,y)
| check "help figure" for more information

I think the OP was using Windows where this doesn't work with the
native Windows version of gnuplot because the multiple frames feature
is limited to the X11 terminal type.

We could fix this in Octave by using multiple instances of gnuplot,
but it would require significant effort which would probably be better
spent on eliminating Octave's reliance on gnuplot in favor of
something better.


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