> I was teaching someone how to use gretl for research and while
> the various plot options, the first thing she noticed and asked about
> was whether it is possible to have "bar graphs". I think it would
> really be useful if we could select "bars" among the various line
> types such as points, impulses and steps...
You can use "impulses" (and choose a greater line width if you
Hey this is pretty nice but doesn't quite achieve the effect since the
maximum line width is 6. Plus I don't think most people will figure
out this trick themselves. It would be great if this was an option
where the base width is automatically determined by the horizontal
scale. Would be even better with a black line framing each box (the
line width would be the width of the frame in this case, or, it can be
the relative width of the bar in percentages so that we can have more
than one set of bars).
Thanks to all your efforts, gretl is getting more and more refined
each day. IMHO this is one of those small things that can make a
difference especially in the eyes of newcomers.
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more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting
moment." - Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)