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Re: new install: 2 out of 3 ain't bad, but I want spreadsheet
On Sat, 27 Feb 1999, Mitchell Maltenfort wrote:
[Lines rewrapped to fit in 80 columns. What is it that creates these giant
> I just installed siag 3.1.6 from source on a RedHat 5.2 system. I'd
> upgraded gnuplot to 3.7 but otherwise I'm using standard RH: guile 1.2,
> Xaw3D 1.3. (I understand the new versions are 1.3 and 1.5,
> Pathetic Writer and Egon both seem to work swimmingly.
> However, Siag the spreadsheet has a problem. It won't graph properly. I
> select a block of data points and click on the graph menu, and I get a
> 'gv' display of a *.ps file which shows me a grid, the bottom axis of
> which always says 0-1 regardless of what I select for X axis.
> Do I need to change my libraries, my compile options, or my version of
> siag to get this all to work? The word processor is the important one
> of the three for me, but a spreadsheet comes in second over Egon.
If the programs built, your libraries are probably new enough.
As usual, "it works here". Exactly what did you do to get a graph?
For an example of what works here, open the attached document, select
A2..C3 and click on the graph button.
There was some discussion recently about horizontally/vertically oriented
data. Could it be that you have your data in a single column? See the
thread starting in
The alternative plotting routines offered are included with the CVS
version and will also be included in 3.1.7, which is almost ready for
# Creator: Siag (Scheme In A Grid) 3.1.7. No Warranty.
.sheet 0 Ark 1
# 3 lines
# Line 1
# Line 2
2 1 0 ==1.2
2 2 0 ==1.3
2 3 0 ==1.5
# Line 3
3 1 0 ==2.0
3 2 0 ==1.4
3 3 0 ==1.2
# End of file /home/ulric/noname.siag