In the gplot graph that I am producing, I would like to include 5 reference (vref) lines. I would like to label each reference line with text i.e. "id1" "id2" "id3" etc.
Is there any way I can do this?
Thanks ArtC. This is great.
Is there a way to control where the labels of the reference lines go? i.e. can I put them sideways? or in the middle of the line? on the left or right? top or bottom?
You can use the justify= option to move the text some [left, right, center].
axis1 reflabel=(t=1 j=left '100' j=left 'LBS');
For vertical text consider using the a=90 and a=-90 options.
Text can also be placed with the TITLE, FOOTNOTE, and NOTE statements, which support the MOVE= option to place text exactly.
If you need to do too very much more you may need to use ANNOTATE which is very flexible.
Thank you for your links. I did take the plunge and worked a bit with annotate. I used one of your documents that I found online. It was very clearly written and very helpful. I am sure that as I move forward I will have more questions, but meanwhile thanks for your help.