hello,

if i chose the font size 10 (pslatex), the numbers of the x- and y-axis are

very close to the axis?

how ca i achieve a normal good looking distance between the numbers and the

axis?

thanks!

klaus

hello,

if i chose the font size 10 (pslatex), the numbers of the x- and y-axis are

very close to the axis?

how ca i achieve a normal good looking distance between the numbers and the

axis?

thanks!

klaus

> if i chose the font size 10 (pslatex), the numbers of the x- and y-axis are

> very close to the axis?

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> How exactly did you "choose" that size?

klaus

>> if i chose the font size 10 (pslatex), the numbers of the x- and

>> y-axis are very close to the axis?

> How exactly did you "choose" that size?

sorry!

klaus

>> if i chose the font size 10 (pslatex), the numbers of the x- and

>> y-axis are very close to the axis?

> How exactly did you "choose" that size?

klaus

1. bigger font for numbers on axes

Hello fellow gnuplotters,

After reading quite some documentation I still haven't found out how to

choose a bigger font size for the numbers on the x- and y-axes. It is

possible to change it for the x- and y- labels, but is there an option for

the numbers as well? I would also like to have a bigger font size for the

key as well. The reason is, that the resulting picture will be scaled down

and the numbers and the key are far too tiny to be readable.

Another issue related to this topic: Does anyone know how to make the

bounding box of the postscript output just the necessary size other than

using "set ?margin", which unfortunately doesn't do the trick?

Thanks in advance,

Hermann

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