in a two-step process it's possible.
after plotting for the 1st time (e.g. into the 'dumb' terminal) set
the ytics (here: 8 tics):
set ytics GPVAL_Y_MIN,(GPVAL_Y_MAX-GPVAL_Y_MIN)/7.,GPVAL_Y_MAX
set y2tics GPVAL_Y2_MIN,(GPVAL_Y2_MAX-GPVAL_Y2_MIN)/7.,GPVAL_Y2_MAX
> My problem is the following:
> I'm generating plots using 2 y-axis each. For these plots I use the
> autoscale-option for the y-ranges. This is no problem so far but I also
> want to set the number of tics on each axis to a constant value. This is
> because I want to use one grid for the whole plotting area that matches
> the tics on both axis.
> So, is it possible define a constant number of tics for the y-axis (not an
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