shige 11/02 2010
In docs/gnuplot.doc of current CVS version
C RCS $Id: gnuplot.doc,v 1.633 2010/10/27 04:25:12 sfeam Exp $
I found the following misprints.
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--- gnuplot.doc.ORG 2010-11-02 19:38:42.000000000 +0900
+++ gnuplot.doc 2010-11-02 19:42:00.000000000 +0900
@@ -7529,7 +7529,7 @@
plot 'datafile' using 1:2, f(x)
By default the information written to the log file is also echoed to
- the terminal session. "set fit quiet" turns off the echo.
+ the terminal session. `set fit quiet` turns off the echo.
?commands set fontpath
?commands show fontpath
@@ -9373,7 +9373,7 @@
A pm3d color surface is drawn if the splot command specifies `with pm3d`,
if the data or function `style` is set to pm3d globally, or if the pm3d mode is
`set pm3d implicit`. In the latter two cases, the pm3d surface is draw in
- addition to the mesh produced byt the style specified in the plot command. E.g.
+ addition to the mesh produced by the style specified in the plot command. E.g.
splot 'fred.dat' with lines, 'lola.dat' with lines
would draw both a mesh of lines and a pm3d surface for each data set.
If the option `explicit` is on (or `implicit` is off) only plots specified
@@ -9383,7 +9383,7 @@
On gnuplot start-up, the mode is `explicit`. For historical and compatibility
reasons, the commands `set pm3d;` (i.e. no options) and `set pm3d at X ...`
- (i.e. `at` is the first option) set change the mode to `implicit`.
+ (i.e. `at` is the first option) change the mode to `implicit`.
The command `set pm3d;` sets other options to their default state.
If you set the default data or function style to `pm3d`, e.g.:
@@ -11471,7 +11471,7 @@
set xrange [-1000<*:*<1000]
- Make sure xmin is somwehere between -200 and 100:
+ Make sure xmin is somewhere between -200 and 100:
set xrange [-200<*<100:]
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