XOFFSET Offsets lines in the x-direction after plotting. XOFFSET allows data to be manipulated after it has been plotted, by operating on the data stored in the figure itself. This may be used only with 2-D line plots (not symbol plots, contour plots, etc.). XOFFSET offsets all lines in the current axes a specified amount. XOFFSET(N) or XOFFSET N, where N is a *real* number, offsets each column of the X-data by an amount N from the previous column. N must be a number, not a variable whose value is a number. XOFFSET(N) or XOFFSET N, where N is an *imaginary* number, offsets each column of the X-data by an amount imag(N)*DX from the previous column, where DX is the X-axis length of the original (unoffset) plot. XOFFSET(M,N) or XOFFSET M N, applies the same offsets to each of M groups of lines. For example, for complex-valued data Z use UVPLOT(Z) followed by XOFFSET 2 N. XOFFSET with no arguments returns the data to its original (unoffset) orientation [as do XOFFSET(0) and XOFFSET(0i)]. XOFFSET also allow multiple axes to be manipulated simultaneously. XOFFSET LOCK and XOFFSET UNLOCK lock and unlock all Y-data in the current figure. When LOCK is on, calls to XOFFSET are applied to each subplot individually. See also YOFFSET, LINESTYLE. __________________________________________________________________ This is part of JLAB --- type 'help jlab' for more information (C) 2000--2015 J.M. Lilly --- type 'help jlab_license' for details