[SciPy-User] putting a dot on a graph with gnuplot.py

Martin mdekauwe@gmail....
Sat Aug 1 18:48:59 CDT 2009

Not sure about a circle, but set label "some crap" at 2, 0 will put
text on a graph. My guess is the gnuplot group would be more likely to
have a solution for you.


On Aug 2, 12:23 am, Esmail <ebo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am optimizing some functions using Python that I am then
> plotting with gnuplot.py using the plot and splot commands.
> I can generate the function graphs/surfaces ok, but I am at
> a loss on how I can put a circle or some sort of marker at
> a specific place on the graph or the surface (to indicate the
> maximum).
> Is there a way to do this? I've been using gnuplot itself for
> a while, but I have no idea how to do this.
> Thanks,
> Esmail
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