On Mon, 26 Jul 2004, Mike L. wrote:
> Gentlemen, following your help instuctions exactly for multiplot, the
> following occurs:
> > help
> gnuplot> set size 0.7,0.7
> gnuplot> set origin 0.1,0.1
> gnuplot> set multiplot
> multiplot> set size 0.4,0.4
> multiplot> set origin 0.1,0,1
> ';' expected
> SOMETHING IS WRONG!
Yes. Two things, actually. 1st of all, there's an actual error in your
command line (a ',' where you wanted to type a '.'). Second, the '^'
character of the error is misaligned, so it points at the wrong ','.
> The tracer (x,y values shown in lower left) could be easily modified to
> add a wonderful feature! If there were some way to set the y value to
> zero, with the cursor at the x intercept, then gnuplot would
> automatically find the roots of equations!
[Please keep separate issues in separate mails, and hit <return> every
once in a while --- that entire paragraph arrived here as a single long
That has nothing to do with the "tracer", because the position it reports
is that of the mouse only. It has nothing to do with the function(s)
plotted --- for many kinds of graphs made by gnuplot, that would be a
Hans-Bernhard Broeker (broeker@...)
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