[Kst] Modification of the label in command line mode
Nicolas.Brisset at eurocopter.com
Mon Feb 18 12:59:09 UTC 2013
OK. I'm not sure I understand your argument, though.
Note that Kst will find the variables by name, even if they change columns between sessions. The name is not just an alias, it's the key to find the column in the data. If you don't provide names, then the columns are labeled Column[i] but you can use names just as well, or in my opinion even better!
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> Thank you for your answer.
> It can be a solution when the number of input is constant. For my application, it
> is not the case. I can have 2 or 64 plots to display. That is why, by using a
> subroutine I can call "kst" in command line and plot my inputs with an
> appropriate name.
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