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- Graphics: Getting started
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get the current graphics scale
string of size 2 "xy".
xgetech returns the current graphics scale (of the current window).
The rectangle [xmin,ymin,xmax,ymax] given by
frect is the size of the whole graphics window.
The plotting will be made in the region of the current graphics window specified by
wrect=[x,y,w,h] (upper-left point, width, height) describes a region
inside the graphics window. The values in
wrect are specified using proportion
of the width and height of the graphics window:
wrect=[0 0 1 1] means that the whole graphics window is used.
wrect=[0.5 0 0.5 1] means that the graphics region is the right
half of the graphics window.
logflag is a string of size 2 "xy", where x and y can be "n" or "l".
"n" stands for normal (linear) scale and "l" stands for logscale. x stands for the x-axis and y stands
for the y-axis.
arect=[x_left, x_right,y_up,y_down] gives the frame size
inside the subwindow. The graphic frame is specified (like
using proportion of the width or height of the current graphic subwindow.
Default value is
arect is not given,
current value remains unchanged.
// first subwindow xsetech([0,0,1.0,0.5]) plot2d() // then xsetech is used to set the second sub window xsetech([0,0.5,1.0,0.5]) grayplot() // get the graphic scales of first subwindow xsetech([0,0,1.0,0.5]) [wrect,frect,logflag,arect]=xgetech(); // get the graphic scales of second subwindow xsetech([0,0.5,1.0,0.5]) [wrect,frect,logflag,arect]=xgetech();
- xsetech — set the sub-window of a graphics window for plotting
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