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## Re: more on plotting (urgent)

**From**: |
Quentin Spencer |

**Subject**: |
Re: more on plotting (urgent) |

**Date**: |
Fri, 15 Aug 2003 23:34:19 -0600 |

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You can do this using the gset command:
gset('xtics N');

`where N is the spacing between labels on the X axis. A 'ytics' command
``will do the same for the Y axis.
`
--Quentin Spencer
Yusif Khalil Akhund wrote:

Hello,
The plot command labels an arbitrary number of points on the x- and

`y-axes, but mine look too crowded, i.e. there are just too many numbers!
``Is there a way to adjust the number of points labeled on the axis as
`displayed in gnuplot?
Thanks a ton,
Yusif

`
``
`

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