|Subject:||Re: saving a plot|
|Date:||Sun, 6 Jun 2004 04:32:10 +0200|
You should use the gset command.
This command is the same as doing sets in the gnuplot. As an example, see this example:
gset terminal postcript enhanced landscape; % Set the output type to postcript
gset output "unit:/path/filename.eps"; % Set the output file.
%% From this point, every plot command is directed to the defined file....
%% Once the plot has been finished, redirect a new plot to another file
gset output "unit:/path/filename_2.eps"; % Set the second output file.
%% When all plots are ended, set the terminal to the standard one...
%% ... and set the output file to the standard output
gset output STDOUT;
gset terminal windows;
I hope you will find this useful
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