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## Recap of the hierarchy of each plot element (edit)

### Revision as of 19:41, 6 February 2013

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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 [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.

+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 [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. Some graphics problems relate specifically to one graphics_toolkit in Octave, so you might want to try the other one.

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: