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The answer to your first question is to plot an
arbitrary function outside of the range of the plot;
i.e., splot -10 and then set zrange between 0 and 1 or
The second question I'm not too sure about. In 2D
plots you can do the following:
set xzeroaxis lt -1
set yzeroaxis lt -1
set xtics axis
set ytics axis
This gives you what I think you want, but it only
works in 2D (I think) I don't know about 3D.
> I want to create graphs for my homework assignment.
> I have vectors in
> component form (ex. <0,1,0>). I want to show 3D
> vectors by themselves,
> but I can't figure out how to do that. I tried
> looking at
> arrowstyle.dem, but I don't understand how it works.
> This is what I can do:
> gnuplot> set arrow from 0,0,0 to 1,0,0
> gnuplot> splot x
> Now I can see the vector that I want, but the only
> way I can show it is
> by graphing an arbitrary function, which is not what
> I want.
> Also, the axes are shown at the sides of the graph
> instead of at the
> My questions:
> 1) How can I show my vector(s) alone?
> 2) How do I make the axes show as the X-,Y-, and
> Z-axes (instead of
> showing at the edges of the graph)?
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