It is OK. I was plotting by selecting the variables and choosing time
series plot from the right click menu. I cannot control the order of
the variables by editing plot options this way. Sorry for not making
this clear. Your message made me remember it is indeed possible to
achive this using the gretl gnuplot command using the console,
however, it would be nice to be able to achieve this using the gui, if
it is not very difficult to implement that is.
Another little touch of polish would be in the "Label" tab in the plot
edit menu. If I choose "add" and do nothing (say move to another tab
or close the window) the empty "label 1" stays unless I remove it
On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 3:34 PM, Stefan Grosse <singularitaet(a)gmx.net> wrote:
On Tue, 28 Apr 2009 14:12:00 +0200 Stefan Grosse
SG> I don't get your problem. If you want M1 on the y axis you do
SG> plot(M1~CPI) and if you want CPI you do it with plot(CPI~M1). If the
SG> data are in a dataframe named mydata: plot(CPI~M1,data=mydata)
SG> So what is it what you want?
I am sorry. It seems I am overworked. I thought thats a mail to the
R-users list and was really wondering. Now I realize it was the gretl
Sorry for that.
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