An example of the grid / tic problem is:
gnuplot> set logscale xy
gnuplot> plot [t=1000:10000] .006*t**.7
gnuplot> set xtics 1000,500,10000
I would expect that the x axis would range from 1000 to 10000 with tick marks
every 500. This is what happens in version 3.5 Version 3.6, however, does not
modify the plot at all.
> I am running a beta version of Gnuplot I got from the=20
> cmpc1.phys.soton.ac.uk site (incoming directory)
> G N U P L O T
> MS-Windows 32 bit version 3.5 (pre 3.6)
> patchlevel beta 347
> last modified Mon Jun 22 13:22:33 BST 1998
Strange. Could you be a bit more precise? "Don't work" is not a veryQuote:> I run this on Windows NT 4.0 (Service Pack 3), intel 300 mhz processor.
> It works very well, except I cannot seem to get the grid to
> show (using SE= T GRID) when plotting on Log10 x and y scales. In
> fact, set xtics and set ytics do= n't seem to work either.
good description I could work on with. Tell me what happens instead
of the expected, please.
Somewhere in between, I guess: not in the particular binary, nor inQuote:> I am not sure if this is a bug in the windows binary file I have, or
> a bug= with the actual Gnuplot software.
'the software' as such. Just a bug in the windows-specific parts
of gnuplot, which are nowhere as well-tested by the development
team as the others, I suspect.
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