[Gretl-devel] point size in gnuplot

Sven Schreiber svetosch at gmx.net
Mon Feb 1 02:55:30 EST 2016

Am 01.02.2016 um 01:20 schrieb Allin Cottrell:
> On Sun, 31 Jan 2016, Sven Schreiber wrote:

>> - open the graph editor (right-click and edit) and to the lines tab: you
>> shouldn't see the data scale and y-axis settings
> No, I'm not seeing them. The criterion for showing these things hasn't
> changed lately. It's debatable, no doubt, but here it is:
> Either (a) the plot is a regular time-series plot, or (b) it contains at
> least one "line" that is already attached to a secondary y-axis. (See
> the function show_axis_chooser() in gui2/gpt_dialog.c.)

Ah ok. Then the question would be how to activate the secondary y-axis
when the plot is created, so something like the inverse of
"--single-yaxis". Right now it seems the user is at the mercy of gretl
that decides when the second axis would be good.

With respect to time series, so let's start the "debatable" part: It's
not clear why the definition of the x-axis would determine what is done
with the y-axis.


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