Multiple Plots on one page

Multiple Plots on one page

Post by Steve Connoll » Sat, 12 Aug 1995 04:00:00



Could you tell me if it is possible (using Gnuplot for DOS 3.2 or a newer
version) to create multiple plots on one screen or page.  I am interested
in plotting 4 sets of data (4 plots) using different labels, etc, all on
one page.  This would be analagous to a 2x2 matrix of plots.  I know that
Matlab will let you do this, but Gnuplot is a lot more affordable than
Matlab.

Thanks

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Multiple Plots on one page

Post by Deutsch » Sat, 12 Aug 1995 04:00:00


: Could you tell me if it is possible (using Gnuplot for DOS 3.2 or a newer
: version) to create multiple plots on one screen or page.  I am interested
: in plotting 4 sets of data (4 plots) using different labels, etc, all on
: one page.  This would be analagous to a 2x2 matrix of plots.  I know that
: Matlab will let you do this, but Gnuplot is a lot more affordable than
: Matlab.

Not in 3.5 or before. I am using the BETA of 3.6 for a while now and the
multiplot features are very usable there. So, either wait or jump onto
a beta version. Good luck. Stefan

PS: In the old pre-3.6 days I used scissors and Scotch tape and a photo
    copier. I think multiplot is more fance, but this pedestrian approach
    has worked for me then, and is sometimes faster than the fance stuff.
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