Ah, that's the famous TXTYPE command. You can read the documentation and try to figure it out. I can't. I just do trial and error every time. (In fairness to Ferret, this is inherited stuff from PPLUS).
TXTYPE,TYPE,STYLE ! type=days,mon,yr(def); style=hr,hrday/day,daymon/mon1,mon3,monyr
On Feb 13, 2013, at 15:07 , Jian Ma wrote:
It partly works now, but all the years are labelled with tics. How do I do if I want tic every year but label every 10 years?
On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 2:40 PM, William S. Kessler <william.s.kessler@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
This should work. Are you putting the TXLINT command between PLOT/SET and the final PPL PLOT command?
This is not a "persistent" command (like PPL AXLINT, for example). You must give it each time.
On Feb 13, 2013, at 12:26 , Jian Ma wrote:
Thanks. But this does not work either. It does not control the tics at all.
Any other solution? Desperately appreciated!
On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 6:55 AM, William S. Kessler <william.s.kessler@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 12, 2013, at 5:18 PM, Jian Ma wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have a plot with 50 years data per viewport. the time axis is show with a tic for 10 years. I would like the tics to show up every year. I tried many ppl commands like TXNMTC, AXNMTC, AXATIC but none works. The tics show up well if I change the window ratio to very wide, though, however I don't like it that way. The automatic setting is annoying here.
> Anyone has ideas? Thank you very much!
ppl txlint,low,high time axis lab intervals (0,1=yr only; 1,0=mon only; 3,1=every 3 mon+yr; 10,0=every 10 years, no months)