[Maxima] problems with proportional plots
christian.stengg at gmx.at
Sun Nov 14 14:39:00 CST 2010
Am 13.11.2010 06:37, schrieb Mario Rodriguez:
>> Hola Mario!
> Na, wie geht's?
Gracias, muy bien. Estamos a la espera del nacimiento de nuestro tercer
> I will not have access to a true Windows system until monday. Running
> wgnuplot in my Linux box with 'wine' (which is a program, nothing else),
> and saving wgnuplot.ini from there, the generated code is:
> TextOrigin=550 232
> TextSize=568 768
> copy this contents into your own wgnuplot.ini and let's see what
> The Gnuplot manual says:
> Update wgnuplot.ini saves the current window locations, window sizes,
> text window font, text window
> font size, graph window font, graph window font size, background color
> and linestyles to the initialization
> file WGNUPLOT.INI.
> But, as you can see, no information on window location and sizes was
> saved. I'll try on monday again.
I still get an ellipse.
> Let's make another test. Forget Maxima (only for one moment) and open
> your wgnuplot program and repeat these steps:
> gnuplot> set parametric
> dummy variable is t for curves, u/v for surfaces
> gnuplot> set size ratio -1
> gnuplot> set xrange [-1:1]
> gnuplot> set yrange [-1:1]
> gnuplot> plot [0:2*pi] sin(t),cos(t)
> You should see a circle, not an ellipse. If the output is an ellipse,
> the problem is definitely somewhere in your local configuration.
I get an ellipse. I also (as James Redford) tried the new gnuplot
version. With this version I get a circle.
Is it possible (with little effort) to make Maxima 5-22.1 use the new
>> Gracias por sus esfuerzos y un saludo
> "sus" is too formal, let's say "tus" ;)
Thank you for the correction. Now my Spanish is better than Google`s :-) .
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