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Re: multiplot with gnuplot

From: Al Niessner
Subject: Re: multiplot with gnuplot
Date: 04 Sep 2003 14:21:32 -0700

The plots are part of a web page and a cron job is updating the plots
periodically. Hence, I would rather not have to make the cron job more
complicated than running an octave script -- I am lazy ;-).

On Thu, 2003-09-04 at 14:10, John W. Eaton wrote:
> On  4-Sep-2003, Al Niessner <address@hidden> wrote:
> | Doing a multiplot to a file with octave/gnuplot is a bit fun since you
> | cannot switch outputs with a multiplot. Anyway, here is the problem. I
> | am trying to put 6 graphs into a single image
> What are you going to do with this plot?  It might be possible to get
> better results by making 6 normal plots and combining them with
> something like psnup, or scaling them and grouping them in a table to
> go in a latex document, etc.
> jwe
Al Niessner <address@hidden>
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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