[Gmsh] plotting issues

Geordie McBain gdmcbain at freeshell.org
Fri Aug 13 08:39:54 CEST 2010

2010/8/12 Danny Lathouwers - TNW <D.Lathouwers at tudelft.nl>:
> Dear gmsh users,
> I am wondering if it is possible to make plots without the axes beinbg shown
> on exporting. I can get rid of the x,y,z text by deselcting that but you
> still get the axes themselves. Is this a possibility (I'd like my plots as
> clean as possible for a paper).

See http://geuz.org/pipermail/gmsh/2010/005676.html but put
View[0].Axes = 0 for "none" instead of 1 for "simple axes" in the
xy.geo attached there.  See also the View.Axes option in the manual:

> Further, I have wondered for a while on how to make surface plots of 2D data
> (e.g. on trianglular elements) with the value of the field used as z-value
> and colored accordingly (so plots such as  the matlab logo). I included some
> mesh and data to merge as an example how I usually make my plots. Can anyone
> give me a hint on how to achieve such plots?

See http://geuz.org/pipermail/gmsh/2010/005677.html