[pstricks] incorrect xLabels

Fabian Brunner fabian.brunner at web.de
Mon Jan 28 15:54:18 CET 2013

The command \pstScalePoints does not seem to work
for \fileplot. I tried

  \fileplot[ linecolor=red]{file.dat}
  \pstScalePoints(1,0.5){}{1 add}
  \fileplot[ linecolor=blue,linestyle=dotted]{file.dat}

and the curves were identical. For \dataplot it worked.
But I can still rescale the file content.

Thank you, Herbert, for your responses!

Am 25.01.2013 16:47, schrieb Herbert Voss:
> On 25.01.2013 16:42, Fabian Brunner wrote:
>> Thank you, Herbert! It works but it means that I will have to
>> manually rescale the data I want to plot using fileplot. They are in the
>> range between 0.75 and 1.5 on the y-axis. That's why I wanted to set
>> ymin=0.75
>> and ymax=1.5. Sorry I didn't mention it, I wanted to keep the example as
>> simple
>> as possible.
> I know, but I have at the moment no time to fix the bug
> You can use
> \pstScalePoints(1,1){}{0.75 sub}
> before your \listplot \dataplot \fileplot
> Herbert
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