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I was wondering if there was a way to control axis limits adjustment. My
problem is that I want to use automatic adjustment, since I don't know what
the limits will be, but gnuplot seems to not like to do it smoothly. At
least with default settings (meaning no settings) it jumps from, let's say
in my example, 16 to 18 in the upper x-axis limit whereas the maximum x
value overpassed 16 by just 0.1 or so. This creates a gap between the plot
area and the right edge of the graph box, which just doesn't look cool.
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fly away wrote:
> Hi all.
> I was wondering if there was a way to control axis limits adjustment. My
> problem is that I want to use automatic adjustment, since I don't know what
> the limits will be, but gnuplot seems to not like to do it smoothly.
It does --- it just has a different idea of what "smooth" means than you
Jest aside: the thing you're looking for is 'set autoscale xfix'