- Hi, please see comments below...
> It would appear that ploticus is capable of plotting this data, but is itproc annotate can do annotations.. you must specify the text formatted
> capable of adding graphic annotations?
exactly as you want it to appear with regard to line breaks, indentation,
etc. See http://ploticus.sourceforge.net/gallery/gall.annot.html
you can create as many annotations as you want in a plot
> How can I get pl.exe to read the config file?you need to set an environment variable eg.
Suppose you name your ploticus config file c:\plconfig.txt
then ploticus should be able to find and read the config file
> What should the config file contain and what is the syntax?It looks ok.. ploticus just didn't know it was there. Pathnames cannot
contain spaces tho..
> Regarding the data that is plotted for line off (production month). ThereAre you doing bars? If so you don't need to do this, just do:
> is not always data for every production month. Typically, a plotting
> program will plot the data points as given. However, we must show data for
> every month. So, if the data looks like this:
> 2000/03 5
> 2000/05 4
> 2000/06 6
> data for 2000/04 must be inserted with a zero value. Is there a way to
> program this in?
2000/04 will be omitted automatically
If you want a lineplot, do this:
Stephen C. Grubb scg@...
Scientific Software Engineer, The Jackson Laboratory
600 Main Street Bar Harbor, Maine 04609 USA