one problem remains. If I use the --loess-fit option for a scatter
plot, the manipulation of this graph does not work anymore. For
example I can't set the title or similar things; whereas it works well
for the other options like --linear-fit.
2009/3/28 artur tarassow <artur.tarassow(a)googlemail.com>:
Excellent work Allin,
thanks very much for that! ;)
2009/3/28 Allin Cottrell <cottrell(a)wfu.edu>:
> On Sat, 28 Mar 2009, artur tarassow wrote:
>> when I try to generate a xy-plot with the "--loess-fit" option using
>> the loop command
>> foreach i 6 10 100
>> gnuplot hph_$i hpwa_lab_$i --loess-fit --output=hp_h_wa_lab_$i.eps
>> the compiled files will be corrupted. For the other
>> "fit"-options it works well.
>> Is there a reason for this?
> Yes ;-) The file were not actually corrupted, they were just
> plain text gnuplot command files, not EPS. The trouble is that
> when you select the loess plot option a special graphing function
> is called, and that function was not getting the message that a
> specific output format was wanted.
> This is now fixed in CVS; I'll put up a fixed Windows snapshot
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