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## gnuplot-info

 [Gnuplot-info] "yrange" help From: Kevin.McGrath - 2006-03-22 11:11:22 Attachments: Message as HTML ```=20 Hi All, =20 I've a histogram plot (script derived from examples),=20 I've the yrange set as follows: =20 set yrange [0.00000 : 100.] =20 I'd like the yrange from 0 to 10 to occupy =BD of the y axis and the = remainder to occupy the other half of the axis.=20 =20 If this is possible, I'd appreciate the help on this. =20 Regards Kevin ```
 Re: [Gnuplot-info] "yrange" help From: fly away - 2006-03-22 16:24:55 ```How about using logscale? -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/%22yrange%22-help-t1323225.html#a3535590 Sent from the Gnuplot - User forum at Nabble.com. ```
 Re: [Gnuplot-info] "yrange" help From: - 2006-03-24 15:30:27 ```Kevin.McGrath wrote: > I’d like the yrange from 0 to 10 to occupy ½ of the y axis and the > remainder to occupy the other half of the axis. That'll take some serious trickery, and if you're using the new version 4.1 'histogram' feature, it may be completely unfeasible. Gnuplot generally doesn't handle transformed axes --- no breaks, no 1/x scaling, and no piecewise linear rescaling, nothing but linear and logrithmic scaling. The main issue is that our tick placement algorithm isn't up to ticking arbitrarily deformed scales. That means that if you can come up with your own tick marks, you can do it: gy(y) = (y < 10) ? y : (y - 10) / 90 * 10 + 10 set ytics (0,2,4,6,8,10, '20' 12, '40' 14, '60' 16, '80' 18, '100' 20) plot 'data' u 1:(gy(\$2)) ```