From: Daniel Graupner <listen@da...> - 2006-04-24 15:03:04
>Daniel Graupner wrote:
>You weren't placing these side by side, were you? At least you didn't
>mention anything of the sort until now.
yes, my failure, I used...just missed in the mail.
set multiplot layout 1,2.
I have another question related to multiplot. with "layout 1,2" I draw 2 plots side by side, so they have the same height as a single plot and the width is divided. These two plots look not very good because they are stretched. Well, thats my own sensation, but it annoys me.
So I tried,
set multiplot layout 1,2 size 1,0.8
the plots look good for me now, but the problem is that the canvas (or better call it terminal??) everytime has size 1,1. Therefore I get empty space above the diagrams (the missing 20%). This looks very ugly in latex. Is there a possibility to clip the whole drawing area or any other option to avoid the empty space.
Thanks for your answers,
Daniel Graupner wrote:
> I have another question related to multiplot. with "layout 1,2" I
> draw 2 plots side by side, so they have the same height as a single
> plot and the width is divided. These two plots look not very good
> because they are stretched. Well, thats my own sensation, but it
> annoys me.
> So I tried,
> set multiplot layout 1,2 size 1,0.8
You'd have fared better with
set size 1,0.8
set multiplot layout 1,2
'set size' at the point you 'set multiplot' is what governs the
BoundingBox of an eps or pslatex output in gnuplot. Some terminals now
have their own "size" option to perhaps make this more intuitive.
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