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From: Jon <devout1977@gm...> - 2012-06-25 00:12:16
I have spent a lot time fixing the size of the boxes in the multiplot
environment. The issue is basically that for fixed box sizes, the actual
size to display a graph changes with say ytics width and lmargin. Using the
default, the very left boxes would appear smaller than the right boxes to
be displayed. I am wondering whether there is a way to fix the actual size
for displaying the graphs, but shift the tics position (which I don't care)
An illustration of my issue is in the attachment, note the left boxes have
different sizes and alignment. I need to very carefully adjust lmargin to
bring the boundaries back to good alignment and of comparative sizes.
Thank you very much for your kind help,
On 25.06.2012 02:12, Jon wrote:
> I have spent a lot time fixing the size of the boxes in the multiplot
> environment. The issue is basically that for fixed box sizes, the actual
> size to display a graph changes with say ytics width and lmargin.
It's not terribly clear what you mean, because whatever it is you mean
by "boxes" almost certainly goes by a different name in the gnuplot
documentation. But there's a good chance you need to study "help
lmargin" a bit more closely, and/or update to a current version of gnuplot.
> An illustration of my issue is in the attachment,
No attachment. The mailing list processor generally doesn't allow any.