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__PLTOPT1__: Octave function for graphics line style


  • Paul Kienzle



This is a modified __pltopt1__.m from octave 2.1.14 so that it accepts the various line style specifications in Matlab ( '-', '--', ':', '-.' ). However, since gnuplot doesn't operate with line style and line colour independently, the line styles are ignored.

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  • Paul Kienzle, 2000. "__PLTOPT1__: Octave function for graphics line style," Octave codes C031701, .
  • Handle: RePEc:cod:octave:c031701

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