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Valentina Beato
Is it possible to control the distance of the tics-marks from the axis?
I my case I would like to save space and put the numbers associated to the
xtics more near to the x-axes, i.e. I would like to move them upwards!

Thanks
Valentina


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Re: help!

Alessandro Salvatori-2
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Valentina Beato wrote:

>Is it possible to control the distance of the tics-marks from the axis?
>I my case I would like to save space and put the numbers associated to the
>xtics more near to the x-axes, i.e. I would like to move them upwards!
>
>Thanks
>Valentina

I think you are looking for the offset parameter.

 Syntax:
       set xtics {axis | border} {{no}mirror} {{no}rotate {by <ang>}}
                 {offset <offset> | nooffset}
                 {  autofreq
                  | <incr>
                  | <start>, <incr> {,<end>}
                  | ({"<label>"} <pos> {<level>} {,{"<label>"}...) }
                 { font "name{,<size>}" }
                 { textcolor <colorspec> }
       unset xtics
       show xtics

 The <offset> is specified by either x,y or x,y,z, and may be preceded by
 `first`, `second`, `graph`, `screen`, or `character` to select the
 coordinate system. <offset> is the offset of the tics texts from their
 default positions, while the default coordinate system is `character`.
 See `coordinates` for details. `nooffset` switches off the offset.

 Example:

 Move xtics more closely to the plot.
       set xtics offset 0,graph 0.05

viva l'italia ;-P
ciao
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Alessandro Salvatori-2
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Alessandro Salvatori wrote:

> Valentina Beato wrote:
>
> >Is it possible to control the distance of the tics-marks from the axis?
> >I my case I would like to save space and put the numbers associated
> to the
> >xtics more near to the x-axes, i.e. I would like to move them upwards!
>
> >Thanks
> >Valentina
>
>
> I think you are looking for the offset parameter.
>
> Syntax:
> set xtics {axis | border} {{no}mirror} {{no}rotate {by <ang>}}
> {offset <offset> | nooffset}
> { autofreq
> | <incr>
> | <start>, <incr> {,<end>}
> | ({"<label>"} <pos> {<level>} {,{"<label>"}...) }
> { font "name{,<size>}" }
> { textcolor <colorspec> }
> unset xtics
> show xtics
>
> The <offset> is specified by either x,y or x,y,z, and may be
> preceded by
> `first`, `second`, `graph`, `screen`, or `character` to select the
> coordinate system. <offset> is the offset of the tics texts from their
> default positions, while the default coordinate system is `character`.
> See `coordinates` for details. `nooffset` switches off the offset.
>
> Example:
>
> Move xtics more closely to the plot.
> set xtics offset 0,graph 0.05
>
> viva l'italia ;-P
> ciao

I forgot to mention: you need the CVS version of gnuplot to have that
option!
see the website for instruction to check out and build it...
Alessandro
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