# [pstricks] \psaxes - Offset of first tick from lower left corner & \dataplot clipping

Hubert Lam (Publishing) publishing at hubertlam.fastmail.com.au
Mon Feb 25 08:00:45 CET 2008

Dougherty, Michael wrote:
> Sorry, but I personally only know the brute-force methods for doing these things, like just coding the axes line-by-line for instance.  I've done it in the past when I wanted, for example, fractional multiples of $\pi$ on the horizontal axis.  There may be a hidden trick, but if I don't have a lot of examples I need I just do it the long way (using a lot of \psline's and \rput's).
>
> Perhaps someone else will know.  Nice graphs by the way.
>
> --Mike D.
>

Would setting

\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)
\psaxes[axesstyle=none,labels=all,ticks=all](0,0)(0,0)(200,200)
and then
\psaxes[axesstyle=frame](-1,-1)(0,0)(201,201)

work?