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#12 High Resolution Gnuplot Adapter

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Per Persson
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2003-10-24
2003-08-06
Tom Kornack
No

The resolution of the current gnuplot adapter is insufficient for
my scientific plots. Please make refinements according to the
EPS gnuplot adapter.

Discussion

  • Per Persson
    Per Persson
    2003-08-06

    • assigned_to: nobody --> persquare
     
  • Per Persson
    Per Persson
    2003-08-06

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    >The resolution of the current gnuplot adapter is insufficient for
    > my scientific plots.

    Thanks for pointing this out, I'd forgotten about this problem.
    What kind of resolution would you need? Is the eps resolution of
    1/10 pt (1/720") OK?

    /Per

     
  • Tom Kornack
    Tom Kornack
    2003-08-06

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    The sharper the better! I believe 1/10 pt is sufficient. I use very
    large data sets with masses of small points. With the current low
    resolution they clump together, snapping to the closest available
    coordinate.

     
  • Per Persson
    Per Persson
    2003-08-07

    • status: open --> open-fixed
     
  • Per Persson
    Per Persson
    2003-08-07

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    OK, I've made some changes to the gnuplot driver
    (aquaTerm.trm) in *** the Bugfix_branch *** that increases
    the resolution of the plots.

    To alter the default resolution, change the line:
    #define AQT_SCALE_FACTOR 10.0

     
  • Per Persson
    Per Persson
    2003-10-24

    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed