How to put german ', , ' in title?

Help
2005-07-15
2013-02-10
  • Walz vun de Palz

    Hello to all!!

    I have a problem with the german , , . I want to put this in a title with

      '' u 1:6 lt 3 lw 2 title 'Pedgo mit Tr',\

    but in the graphictitle I read only 'Pedgo mit T r'.
    I want to make a eps file (this works well) but only the ,  or  doesn't appear.

    I have GNUPlot 4.1. I tested it with ISO-Latin1 and Arial-Font, but no , or  was visible.

    I hope somebody van help me

     
    • Hans-Bernhard Broeker

      You'll have to be more specific describing what exactly you did:

      *) What platform?
      *) Since you're using a CVS version: last updated when?
      *) Which terminal driver, using which options?
      *) The exact sequence of commands you used.

       
    • Walz vun de Palz

      Here are some more informations:

      I use WIN XP home.
      I have downloaded the sourcecode on 14.7.2005 0:52h.

      Here is the sequence of commands I used:

      set terminal postscript eps enh color
      set title "Szenario 3"
      set style data lines
      set xrange [0:4]
      set yrange [0:400]
      set xlabel 'Dichte [P/m^2]'
      set ylabel 'Evakuierungszeit [s]'
      set output 'Szenario3.eps'
      plot 'Sz3.dat' u 1:8:9 w filledcurves title 'Predtetschenski-Bereich', \       '' u 1:8 lt -1 notitle, '' u 1:9 lt -1 notitle, \       '' u 1:3 lt -1 title 'Exodus mit Tr',\       '' u 1:4 lt 1 lw 2 title 'Exodus ohne Tr',\       '' u 1:5 lt 2 lw 2 title 'Simulex',\       '' u 1:6 lt 3 lw 2 title 'Pedgo mit Tr',\       '' u 1:7 lt 4 lw 2 title 'Pedgo ohne Tr'

      The eps-file is correct, so all works well, only no "" is in the file.
      You can see the eps-File on http://www.pfalz-post.de/Szenario3.eps

      I hope, it will help!!!!!

       
      • Hans-Bernhard Broeker

        Ah, but there's no "set encoding" command in your script!  That's what's wrong.  See "help encoding".

         

Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter:





No, thanks