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This package contains the Octave bindings for PLplot. It provides an almost drop-in replacement for the traditional Gnuplot graphical interface in Octave. Examples are also provided.
This package enables you to use PLplot from within Octave. You have several advantages over Octave default plotter: Use a superior plotting package, having access to dozens of plotting commands, enabling you to customize your plots at your will, Still use the same plot commands that you are familiarized, if you really want to, Have some new and long waited plotting command scripts. If more»
This keeps growing. Can't be! And will not! o DONE -- Enable fmt to be a string array, so matrices can get a separated line legend for each row/column. o DONE -- Add function to enable/disable automatic increase in line style as each line is plotted. In color, a solid linestyle looks better, in b&w can't be. o DONE -- mesh() should take into account the user axis() o DONE -- shade() should ha more»
There must be more... see ToDo, they are mostly there 0-There is no support for NaNs or Infs 1-There are problems when plotting negative values with logaritm axis. A partial fix is provided in 0.3.1. However, the plot line is split into several lines. 2-This is not a bug, but a PLplot feature: there is no autoscale, as in gnuplot. This means that, after the first plot, after executing ho more»