Thread: 2 zeros in SAC 101.6 plot

Started: 2013-10-01 21:47:44
Last activity: 2013-10-02 02:04:52
Topics: SAC Help
Igor
2013-10-01 21:47:44
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  • Brian Savage
    2013-10-02 01:45:50
    Dear Igor

    Could you please provide the commands and the files for which you were using ?

    It looks like the x-axis labeling may have a bug.

    Thanks
    Brian Savage

    On Oct 1, 2013, at 5:47 PM, Igor Stubailo wrote:

    Hello,

    I got a weird plot today using the "plot" command (with one file).
    The figure had 2 zeros.
    I tried a different file and got the same outcome.
    With 2 files (using p1), I am getting 1 zero, as it supposed to be.

    Please see the figure attached.

    Any ideas what is happening?

    Thanks,
    Igor

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  • Arthur Snoke
    2013-10-02 02:01:42
    Igor,

    Try entering xdiv off before calling plot. I think the 0 is where it
    should be. It looks like it is too far to the left just because there is
    a single digit.

    SAC chose to start the number a bit before the line. It could be
    centered, but that was not the choice.

    Arthur

    On Tue, 1 Oct 2013, Igor Stubailo wrote:

    Hello,
    I got a weird plot today using the "plot" command (with one file).
    The figure had 2 zeros.
    I tried a different file and got the same outcome.
    With 2 files (using p1), I am getting 1 zero, as it supposed to be.

    Please see the figure attached.

    Any ideas what is happening?

    Thanks,
    Igor




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