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Re: GD::Graph labeling

by ryddler (Monk)
on May 24, 2001 at 18:14 UTC ( #82909=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to GD::Graph labeling

If I'm reading your post correctly, take a look at these values in the docs for GD::Graph
x_label_skip, y_label_skip Print every x_label_skipth number under the tick on the x axis, and every y_label_skipth number next to the tick on the y axis. Default: 1 for both.
I misread this question, but the settings I pointed out above are still useful for some graphing ops, so I'll leave the post intact.


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Re: Re: GD::Graph labeling
by chinman (Monk) on May 24, 2001 at 19:11 UTC
    ryddler, Thanks for your post. Yeah, what I'm looking to do is label certain points on the graph (like the maximum Y values). I've got the tic labeling figured out. While I'm on this topic...are there any monk recommendations for another graphing module that do a better job at what I'm trying to do? Basically, I'm taking spectra which contain thousands of x, y data points and I just want to do some automated labeling of some of the biggest peaks. Thanks... chinman

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