There is a set zeroaxis property which might help, try
and these allow you to change the properties if you
want i.e., set xzeroaxis -1, however, I would usually
just plot a simple line...
plot sin(x), -.4
to plot a line at y=-0.4. See help zeroaxis, though,
as this seems to be more what you want.
__________________________________Quote:> I used gnuplot to plot a datafile which has both
> positive and negative y
> values. I want a horizontal line at y=0 and cannot
> figure out how to
> achieve this. Is there some way to do this?
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