On Thu, 4 Mar 2010 fdiiorio(a)unina.it wrote:
using the snapshot version downloaded today for Win-XP, I tried
to modify a gnuplot ACF/PACF graphic to put the y-rage in [-1;
1] (as it MUST BE).
It is sometimes desirable to have the y-range smaller than [-1:1],
depending on the scale of the correlations, but I agree it
shouldn't be greater; that's now adjusted in CVS.
I saved the original generated graph as icon, I opened the
gnuplot command by the mouse right-click, I modified the command
set yrange in set yrange [-1.0:1.0] and I runned the script. A
modified graph is generated but it is covered by the pop-up
message "gnuplot pause: paused", and it is impossible to save
the modified graph.
If you use the "Run" icon in the window where you're editing plot
commands, that sends the commands directly to gnuplot, and in that
case you get that "Paused" popup on MS Windows. You can move it
out of the way if you wish.
But if you don't want to deal with gnuplot directly, then don't
use the "Run" button; instead, save your modifications to the plot
file, close the editor, and double-click the plot icon to bring up
the modified plot in a gretl window. Then do what you want with