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gnuplot -reverse

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Experimenting with the gnuplot package under Debian Linux,
I've found that the -reverse option when used to start
gnuplot from the command-line will produce plots
that are color-reversed and render with white text
on a black background ....

However, I'm too dense to see how to easily achieve
the same effect when using the python-gnuplot package ....

Any clues would be greatly appreciated ....
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Stanley C. Kitching
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Phoenix, Arizona
Jul 18 '05 #1
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