Hi.

I'm looking for some source code in C to generate/label linear/log grid

lines for scientific graphs?

TIA

Augie

Hi.

I'm looking for some source code in C to generate/label linear/log grid

lines for scientific graphs?

TIA

Augie

> I'm looking for some source code in C to generate/label linear/log grid

> lines for scientific graphs?

those places where there are ticmarks on their respective axes. For

placing those, you might want to have a look at the source of gnuplot,

or GNU plotutils, to name just two opensource packages of this kind.

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1. grid lines on log-log plots

Hi,

A few weeks ago, I was asking about the grid lines on a log-log plot.

pointed out that the tick placement command (set xtics) works differently in

the Pre 3.6 version in that if the axis is logarithmic, the increment

is used as a multiplicative factor. This does indeed work on my 32bit microsoft windows version.

My question is: How difficult would it be to have an option to have the tick placement

work like it did in version 3.5? (for example, if the increment is negative, then revert to 3.5 method)

Using the 3.5 method, set xtics 1000,500,10000 would place a tick mark every 500 in the range 1000

to 10000.

I (and other engineers here) use GNUPLOT 3.6 for most plotting (75%), and GNUPLOT 3.5 for LOG-LOG

plotting (25%). It would be nice to only need one version.

Thanks,

Rob

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