sysadm at molbio.usc.edu (Molecular Biology) writes:
> Plotting Configuration set to:
> Language: psd
> Device: EPSF
> Port or Queue: ps_acb427
The pepplot (and helicalwheel) command produced a file
called 'ps_acb427' which I printed using the 'lpr' command.
It would be nice if this command gives the X and Y coordinates
as an option instead of just the postscript file. There are a lot of
tools like MATLAB or MATHEMATICA to view the graph, with any magnification,
and to see any portion.
The -XSCALE -YSCALE -SCALE -XPAN -YPAN commands are not
actually sufficient to get information from the plot. I end up
printing several pages - one for each section of the magnified
Is there any method to get the X and Y coordinates from these
graphics commands, like peppplot?
Thank you very much for your time.