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No need to kowtow to Matlab
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First of all, Octave aims at being compatible with Matlab (TM) as much as possible, so the graphics part is very similar too to Matlab. In Octave the first choice to make is the {{Codeline|graphics_toolkit()}}. Standard is the 'gnuplot' toolkit using the [http://www.gnuplot.info Gnuplot] software package . The second choice is 'fltk' [http://www.fltk.org fltk]. You might want to try to test both of them for your plotting aims to see which solves your problem.
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First of all, Octave aims at being compatible with Matlab as much as possible, so the graphics part is very similar too to Matlab. In Octave the first choice to make is the {{Codeline|graphics_toolkit()}}. Standard is the 'gnuplot' toolkit using the [http://www.gnuplot.info Gnuplot] software package . The second choice is 'fltk' [http://www.fltk.org fltk]. You might want to try to test both of them for your plotting aims to see which solves your problem.
    
After the choice of the {{Codeline|graphics_toolkit('gnuplot')}} or {{Codeline|graphics_toolkit('fltk')}}, there is the following hierarchy to address when make/adapting your plot:
 
After the choice of the {{Codeline|graphics_toolkit('gnuplot')}} or {{Codeline|graphics_toolkit('fltk')}}, there is the following hierarchy to address when make/adapting your plot:

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