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Plot Problem

Thomas D. Dean
I downloaded and built octave 3.6.2 on a Ubuntu 12.04 amd64 system.

configure and make completed with no errors.
make check said all passed
make install OK.

I have gnuplot 4.4, patchlevel 3.

I have in my environment GNUTERM=xterm and TERM=xterm

gnuplot plots OK.

In octave,

1> t=[-pi:.01:pi];
2> plot(t,sin(t))
nothing, no error, no plot, nothing.

Strange.

If I unset term and gnuterm,

I a random binary group of characters on the screen.

starting with


1> t=[-pi:.01:pi];
2> plot(t,sin(t))

gnuplot> set terminal x11 enhanced title "Figure 1" size 560,420
position 300,460
...

I am missing something, but, what?

Tom Dean
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Re: Plot Problem

Thomas D. Dean
On 06/07/12 17:34, Thomas D. Dean wrote:
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graphics_toolkit ("gnuplot")

> 1> t=[-pi:.01:pi];
> 2> plot(t,sin(t))

produces a plot

sorry for the noise...

Tom Dean
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