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  • Posted a comment on ticket #1997 on gnuplot

    Can reproduce this on 5.0pl1, but not 5.2pl2. Seems this has been fixed? Found this in the changelog: 2016-01-31 Ethan A Merritt merritt@u.washington.edu * src/wxterminal/wxt_gui.cpp: Another pair of fixes for wxt font processing. Prevent a memory leak from temporary storage of the fontname. Initial font used by enhanced text processing should be the most recently set font, not the original one from "set term". Funnily, 5.0pl3 was released five days later.

  • Posted a comment on ticket #1891 on gnuplot

    This change seems to not have made it into the 5.2 release notes.

  • Posted a comment on ticket #1993 on gnuplot

    You can upload text files (gnuplot scripts), screenshots in png or jpeg, anything except binary code i guess. Some people can't or don't want to open (foreign) MS Word files, however. Can you please also post the gnuplot commands your "code" issues, i.e. redirect them into a text file to c&p here? That'll make it easier to reproduce the problem.

  • Modified a comment on discussion Open Discussion on gnuplot

    You can set mouse ruler and then use two pause mouse commands in a while () {} loop with the respective commands to do stats over the chosen range, put the calculated average in a label (set label) and then replot . Something like this: plot dataf using .... set mouse ruler flag=1 while (flag) { flag=0 pause mouse keypress,button1 "press x exit, left mouse button for left border" if (MOUSE_KEY!=120) { x1=MOUSE_X pause mouse keypress,button2 "press x exit, right mouse button for right border" if (MOUSE_KEY!=120){...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on gnuplot

    You can set mouse ruler and then use two pause mouse commands in a do while {} loop with the respective commands to do stats over the chosen range, put the calculated average in a label (set label) and then replot . Something like this: plot dataf using .... set mouse ruler flag=1 do while (flag) { flag=0 pause mouse keypress,button1 "press x exit, left mouse button for left border" if (MOUSE_KEY!=120) { x1=MOUSE_X pause mouse keypress,button2 "press x exit, right mouse button for right border" if...

  • Modified a comment on ticket #468 on gnuplot

    That is unfortunately a rather tricky feature, and most solutions i have seen in other software do not work very reliably. The problem is to determine what should happen when a parameter reaches that border. Set it to that value and/or take it out of the fit? Make it "expensive" to get ever closer to the min/max value? How expensive? A good choice will surely be problem-dependent, and a bad one could lead to wrong ar at least different results. Luckily, this however (often) becomes a non-problem...

  • Modified a comment on ticket #468 on gnuplot

    That is unfortunately a rather tricky feature, and most solutions i have seen in other software do not work very reliably. The problem is to determine what should happen when a parameter reaches that border. Set it to that value and/or take it out of the fit? Make it "expensive" to get ever closer to the min/max value? How expensive? A good choice will surely be problem-dependent, and a bad one could lead to wrong ar at least different results. Luckily, this however becomes a non-problem if you determine...

  • Modified a comment on ticket #468 on gnuplot

    That is unfortunately a rather tricky feature, and most solutions i have seen in other software do not work very reliably. The problem is to determine what should happen when a parameter reaches that border. Set it to that value and/or take it out of the fit? Make it "expensive" to get ever closer to the min/max value? How expensive? A good choice will surely be problem-dependent, and a bad one could lead to wrong ar at least different results. Luckily, this however becomes a non-problem if you determine...

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