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Stef Pillaert BK-2
Hello,
when I use 'gplot', drawing several lines on one plot, how can I avoid the
following text on the plot:
 line 1
 line 2
 line 3
 ...

The answer probably is very simple, but I can't find it, sorry (I tries
with:
gset nolabel'

but that doesn't work...
Thanks,
Stef Pillaert


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Daniel A. Powers

        If it is calling gnuplot, how about

          gset nokey

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On Tue, 18 Mar 1997, Stef Pillaert BK wrote:

> Hello,
> when I use 'gplot', drawing several lines on one plot, how can I avoid the
> following text on the plot:
>  line 1
>  line 2
>  line 3
>  ...
>
> The answer probably is very simple, but I can't find it, sorry (I tries
> with:
> gset nolabel'
>
> but that doesn't work...
> Thanks,
> Stef Pillaert
>
>


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Heber Farnsworth
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Use the title command, ie

        gplot x title "", y title ""

will plot both x and y but without

        line 1
        line 2
etc.  Of course putting text between the "" will place that text on the
plot instead of the default (line 1, line 2, etc).

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On Tue, 18 Mar 1997, Stef Pillaert BK wrote:

> Hello,
> when I use 'gplot', drawing several lines on one plot, how can I avoid the
> following text on the plot:
>  line 1
>  line 2
>  line 3
>  ...
>
> The answer probably is very simple, but I can't find it, sorry (I tries
> with:
> gset nolabel'
>
> but that doesn't work...
> Thanks,
> Stef Pillaert
>
>