I'm not sure this is what you want, but with versions of gnuplot recent

enought (for sure with the CVS version) you can do

plot "filename" with labels, "" with lp

notice however, that the placement of values is far from optimal and

generally requires some extra tunig (that you can do using "using" :-).

G.

On Sun, 03 Oct 2004 01:31:46 GMT

In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,

Far from optimal? You have your choice of left/right/center justification,

and arbitrary offset from the point coordinates. What else do you need?

For example:

plot "foo" with labels point pt 0 offset 0, 3.0 center

should get you labels centered 3 units above the point position.

--

Ethan A Merritt

Far from optimal? You have your choice of left/right/center justification,

and arbitrary offset from the point coordinates. What else do you need?

For example:

plot "foo" with labels point pt 0 offset 0, 3.0 center

should get you labels centered 3 units above the point position.

--

Ethan A Merritt

On Mon, 4 Oct 2004 09:29:26 -0700 (PDT)

Sorry Ethan, bad choice of words due to my poor English. This feature

is fantastic! Extremely useful and extremely well written. I can't ask

for more. I simply meant that, sometimes, you have to do your own work.

But this is unavoidable (at least until machines will be able to read

our minds). Anyway, I wasn't aware of all these options (maybe I tend to

rely too much on gawk scripting and "using" option). You know, gnuplot

is so rapidly improving with the constant addition of such a great

number of new interesting features that for us, poor users, it is

difficult to remain up-to-date :-)

Many many thanks!

G.

Sorry Ethan, bad choice of words due to my poor English. This feature

is fantastic! Extremely useful and extremely well written. I can't ask

for more. I simply meant that, sometimes, you have to do your own work.

But this is unavoidable (at least until machines will be able to read

our minds). Anyway, I wasn't aware of all these options (maybe I tend to

rely too much on gawk scripting and "using" option). You know, gnuplot

is so rapidly improving with the constant addition of such a great

number of new interesting features that for us, poor users, it is

difficult to remain up-to-date :-)

Many many thanks!

G.

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