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Old 02-27-2012, 05:56 AM   #1
AriennQ
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gnuplot multiplot mode


Hi,
I'm new to linux and just finding out how many programs I used to use are not working. So instead of Origin I'm now trying to use gnuplot to plot my data, and have a simple question - I want to plot several data on top of each other, with the same scales. If I set the scales before setting multiplot:

set xrange [1:5]
set yrange [1:10]
unset key
set multiplot

the scales set up ok. However in the multiplot mode when I try to change the scales, only one of the axes (e.g. one of the y axes of two plots) changes and the plot is a mess again. Is it possible to re-set axes scales for all the plots at once? How?

Another problem is, when I change the axis and type replot, a plot is added. So - is it possible to remove a plot from multiplot? How?

Thanks for all tips and replies!
 
  


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