On 9/12/07, Jouni K. Seppänen <jks@iki.fi> wrote:
Martin Bures <needemesleepe@yahoo.com>
writes:

> MATLAB has a command, print, and it allows you to output a figure to a
> file, such as a .ps file and it has a switch '-append' so that you can
> append multiple plots to the same file.
>
> Is there a switch for the pylab command, 'savefig' to do the same
> thing?

No, at least not currently.

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somthing like append(filename) will be the best thing to do it.
but this will not work for *.png files.
I am not familiar with EPS and PS. I thought only ps supports
multipages, and each page has one figure.
 
Since my data analysis and plotting works sometimes on Linux(office),
sometimes Windows (home). A native support from matplotlib would be fantasitic.
 
Thanks for the suggestions.