[Gretl-users] [SPAM]Re: How to draw a vertical line on a time series plot?

yinung at Gmail yinung.cycu at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 22:45:05 EST 2009


Dear Allin

I've tested these commands in gretl 1.8.5cvs (built date 2009-11-06)
under winXP and the problems remained.

? open djclose
Read datafile C:\Program Files\gretl\data\misc\djclose.gdt
periodicity: 5, maxobs: 2528,
observations range: 1980/01/02-1989/12/29
Listing 2 variables:
  0) const      1) djclose

? "figure 1.3" <- gnuplot djclose --with-lines --time-series
figure 1: no such object
? "figure 1-3" <- gnuplot djclose --with-lines --time-series
figure 1-3 saved
? "figure 2-3" <- gnuplot djclose
Command has insufficient arguments
? "figure 2-3" <- gnuplot djclose djclose(-1)
figure 2-3 replaced

And if the gnuplot comes with Chinese Characters "XX", no error
occrured in the command line:
"figure 2-3XX" <- gnuplot djclose --with-lines --time-series

for example, I run
? "figure 2-3圖" <- gnuplot djclose --with-lines --time-series
figure 2-3圖 saved

But open this graph in icon view, gretl reports "unspecified error" as
mentioned in the eariler mail.

Thanks. Any further tests needed, please let me know.


2009/11/6 Allin Cottrell <cottrell at wfu.edu>:
>
> On Fri, 6 Nov 2009, yinung at Gmail wrote:
>
>> The situation is confused. I further run a script in gretl 1.8.1 CVS
>> under win 2000...
>
> gretl 1.8.1 is not of much interest at present.  Please try with
> gretl 1.8.5.
>
> Allin Cottrell
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