On Tue, 3 Aug 2004, K.Moriyama wrote:
> I wonder why this feature has not included in gnuplot so far.
> when you plot several lines (e.g. calc. results) at once,
> it may be hard to distinguish them, especially on a monochrome
> terminal or hard copy.
> many other tools (e.g. kaleida graph) has a feature with which
> you can plot lines with points sparsely put along the lines,
> so that you can easily distinguish the lines.
I guess the main reasons such a feature doesn't exist yet are
1) It hasn't been requested strongly.
2) It's not strictly needed. You can get essentially the same effect by
plotting the dataset twice, once 'with points', and again 'with lines'
using different 'every' modifiers for each. A little fiddling with
keys and line types will be needed, of course.
And please keep in mind that gnuplot-info is the user mailing list.
Suggestions of patches should really go to our development web site,
or the -beta mailing list. I've Cc'ed that list for this reply.
Hans-Bernhard Broeker (broeker@...)
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