[plt-scheme] PLoT question

From: Williams, M. Douglas (M.DOUGLAS.WILLIAMS at saic.com)
Date: Mon Mar 20 09:32:10 EST 2006

The plots in the plot packages have a number of accessible fields that are
not documented.  These include height, which defaults to 300, and width,
which defaults to 400.  These are set the same way other fields are.  The
following is a sine plot that is twice the normal size.

(require (lib "plot.ss" "plot"))

(plot (line sin)
      (y-min -1.0) (y-max 1.0)
      (height 600) (width 800))

You'll have to play around with the values that fill out an A4 page.

You can find all of these fields in the view.ss file.  Look for
fields-with-accessors in the class definitions of
 plot-view% (and 3d-view%).


-----Original Message-----
From: plt-scheme-bounces at list.cs.brown.edu on behalf of Paulo J. Matos
Sent: Mon 3/20/2006 6:01 AM
To: pltscheme
Subject: [plt-scheme] PLoT question
Hi all,

I'm currently trying to find out a way to do a simple plot which it
turned out not to be so simple.
I want a 1d-plot, i.e., to plot some points along a given line. The
problem comes with the points. The points range from 0 to 10^1000 and
there are hundreds of points so I probably would need to have a big
image, filling an A4 page.

Is there any way to do this with PLoT? If not, is there any other
software able to do this?

Paulo Jorge Matos - pocm at sat inesc-id pt
Web: http://sat.inesc-id.pt/~pocm
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