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See the recommended documentation of this function
plot a frame with scaling and grids. This function is obsolete.
my, ny) are the number of x-axis (resp. y-axis) intervals and subintervals.
optional arguments up to three and choosen among.
wantgridsis a boolean variable (
%f) which indicates gridding.
findboundsis a boolean variable. If
%t, the bounds given in
rectare allowed to be slightly modified (in fact always increased) in order to have simpler graduations: then
vector of 3 strings
[title,x-leg,y-leg]corresponding respectively to the title of the plot and the captions on the x-axis and the y-axis. Warning: the upper-case "C" is important.
a vector of size 4 defining the sub window. The sub window is specified with the parameter
subwin=[x,y,w,h](upper-left, width, height). The values in
subwinare specified using proportion of the width or height of the current graphics window (see
This represents a sequence of statements key1=value1,key2=value2,... where key1, key2,... can be one of the following: tics, flags, captions ou subwin. These arguments have the same meaning as the ones used in the first form of the routine.
plotframe is used with 2D plotting functions
plot2d, plot2d1,... to set a graphics frame. It must be
plot2d which should be invoked with the
"000" superposition mode.
This function is obsolete.
x=[-0.3:0.8:27.3]'; y=rand(x); rect=[min(x),min(y),max(x),max(y)]; tics=[4,10,2,5]; //4 x-intervals and 2 y-intervals plotframe(rect,tics,[%f,%f],["My plot","x","y"],[0,0,0.5,0.5]) plot2d(x,y,2,"000") plotframe(rect,tics=tics,flags=[%t,%f],Captions=["My plot with grids","x","y"],subwin=[0.5,0,0.5,0.5]) plot2d(x,y,3,"000") plotframe(rect,tics,[%t,%t],.. ["My plot with grids and automatic bounds","x","y"],[0,0.5,0.5,0.5]) plot2d(x,y,4,"000") plotframe(rect,flags=[%f,%t],tics=tics,.. Captions=["My plot without grids but with automatic bounds ","x","y"],.. subwin=[0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5]) plot2d(x,y,5,"000")
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