2013/10/12 c. <

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> On 12 Oct 2013, at 14:05, José Luis García Pallero <

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>> Hello:

>>

>> I need to plot some data with different scales on y axes. Imagine for

>> example kilometers for the left axis and miles for right. And I also

>> need to plot some sets of data, so I need to use the hold('on')

>> feature.

>>

>> I've tried to do it using plotyy, but the problem with this function

>> is that it breaks when is called after hold('on'). Also I encountered

>> this possible solution

http://stackoverflow.com/a/2676244 but it not

>> works for me using Octave 3.6.2 nor 3.6.4 on Debian (the xticks for

>> the second plot still appears and the position of the second axes is

>> sligtly moved on x direction).

>>

>> Anyone knows a possible solution?

>>

>> Thanks

>

> You could export your data with csvwrite and plot it with veusz:

http://home.gna.org/veusz/Mmmm, it is mandatory to do the plots using GNU Octave or Matlab

Thanks

> c.

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2013/10/12 c. <

[hidden email]>:

>

> On 12 Oct 2013, at 14:05, José Luis García Pallero <

[hidden email]> wrote:

>

>> Hello:

>>

>> I need to plot some data with different scales on y axes. Imagine for

>> example kilometers for the left axis and miles for right. And I also

>> need to plot some sets of data, so I need to use the hold('on')

>> feature.

>>

>> I've tried to do it using plotyy, but the problem with this function

>> is that it breaks when is called after hold('on'). Also I encountered

>> this possible solution

http://stackoverflow.com/a/2676244 but it not

>> works for me using Octave 3.6.2 nor 3.6.4 on Debian (the xticks for

>> the second plot still appears and the position of the second axes is

>> sligtly moved on x direction).

>>

>> Anyone knows a possible solution?

>>

>> Thanks

>

> You could export your data with csvwrite and plot it with veusz:

http://home.gna.org/veusz/> c.

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