GRAF plots a two-dimensional axis system.

The call is: | CALL GRAF (XA, XE, XOR, XSTP, YA, YE, YOR, YSTP) | level 1 |

or: | void graf (float xa, float xe, float xor, float xstp, float ya, float ye, float yor, float ystp); |

XA, XE | are the lower and upper limits of the X-axis. |

XOR, XSTP | are the first X-axis label and the step between labels. |

YA, YE | are the lower and upper limits of the Y-axis. |

YOR, YSTP | are the first Y-axis label and the step between labels. |

Additional notes:

- GRAF must be called in level 1 and automatically sets the level to 2. When plotting more than 1 axis system on a page, ENDGRF must be called in between each new set of axes in order to set the level back to 1.
- The position of the lower left corner and the size of an axis system can be changed with the routines AXSPOS and AXSLEN.
- The axis scaling is linear by default and can be changed with AXSSCL. For logarithmic scaling, the corresponding parameters in GRAF must be exponents of base 10.
- One of several label types can be chosen with the routine LABELS or user-defined with MYLAB. Single labels can be suppressed by calling AXENDS.
- The routine NAME defines axis titles.
- The number of ticks between axis labels can be changed with the routine TICKS.
- SETGRF can be used to remove a piece of or complete axis from an axis system.
- If the numerical value of the lower limit of an axis is larger than the upper limit and the label step is negative, axis scaling will be in descending order.
- The routine FRAME defines the thickness of a frame plotted around an axis system. A frame can also be plotted outside of GRAF with the statement CALL BOX2D.

The routine GRAFP plots a two-dimensional polar axis system.

The call is: | CALL GRAFP (XE, XOR, XSTP, YOR, YSTP) | level 1 |

or: | void grafp (float xe, float xort, float xstp, float yor, float ystp); |

XE | is upper limit of the X-axis (radius coordinate). |

XOR, XSTP | are the first X-axis label and the step between labels. |

YOR, YSTP | are the first Y-axis label and the step between labels specified in degrees. The Y-axis is scaled from 0 to 360 degrees. |

Additional notes:

- The direction and position of the angle labels can be modified with the routine POLMOD.
- GRAFP is a new name for the old routine POLAR, since polar is also a C99 function. The old routine POLAR is still in the DISLIN libraries.

The routine ENDGRF terminates an axis system and sets the level back to 1.

The call is: | CALL ENDGRF | level 2, 3 |

or: | void endgrf (void); |

Additional note:

- ENDGRF contains a call of the routine SENDBF that can be disabled with the routine BUFMOD.

This routine plots a title over an axis system. The title may contain up to four lines of text designated with TITLIN.

The call is: | CALL TITLE | level 2, 3 |

or: | void title (void); |

Additional note:

- All lines are centred by default but can be left- or right-justified using TITJUS.

The routine GRID overlays a grid on an axis system.

The call is: | CALL GRID (IXGR, IYGR) | level 2, 3 |

or: | void grid (int ixgr, int iygr); |

IXGR, IYGR | are the numbers of grid lines between labels. |

Additional note:

- GRID uses automatically GRDPOL for a polar axis system.

The routine GRDPOL plots a polar grid.

The call is: | CALL GRDPOL (IXGR, IYGR) | level 2, 3 |

or: | void grdpol (int ixgr, int iygr); |

IXGR | is the numbers of circles between labels. |

IYGR | is the numbers of sector lines between 360 degrees. |

The routine AXGIT plots vertical and horizontal lines through X = 0 and Y = 0.

The call is: | CALL AXGIT | level 2, 3 |

or: | void axgit (void); |

- The statement CALL XAXGIT plots only the line Y = 0 while CALL YAXGIT plots only X = 0.

The routine CROSS plots vertical and horizontal lines with additional ticks through X = 0 and Y = 0.

The call is: | CALL CROSS | level 2, 3 |

or: | void cross (void); |

- The statement CALL XCROSS plots only the line Y = 0 while CALL YCROSS plots only X = 0.

Additional single labels can be plotted on an axis system with the routine ADDLAB.

The call is: | CALL ADDLAB (CSTR, V, ITIC, CAX) | level 2, 3 |

or: | void addlab (const char *cstr, float v, int itic, const char *cax); |

CSTR | is a character string containing a label. |

V | is a user coordinate that defines the axis position of the label. |

ITIC | is an integer option that defines if a tick mark is plotted. ITIC = 0 means that no tick is plotted, ITIC = 1 defines a minor tick and ITICK = 2 defines a major tick. |

CAX | is a character string that defines the axis. CAX can have the values 'X', 'Y', 'Z', 'XTOP' and 'YRIGHT'. |

The plotting routines for secondary axes are:

- XAXIS plots a linear X-axis
- YAXIS plots a linear Y-axis
- XAXLG plots a logarithmic X-axis
- YAXLG plots a logarithmic Y-axis

The call is: | CALL XAXIS (A, B, OR, STEP, NL, CSTR, IT, NX, NY) | level 1, 2, 3 |

or: | void xaxis (float a, float b, float or, float step, int nl, const char *cstr, int it, int nx, int ny); |

A, B | are the lower and upper limits of the axis. |

OR, STEP | are the first label and the step between labels. |

NL | is the length of the axis in plot coordinates. |

CSTR | is a character string containing the axis name. |

IT | indicates how ticks, labels and the axis name are plotted. If IT = 0, they are plotted in a clockwise direction. If IT = 1, they are plotted in an counter-clockwise direction. |

NX, NY | are the plot coordinates of the axis start point. The X-axis will be plotted from left to right and the Y-axis from bottom to top. |

Analogue: | YAXIS, XAXLG, YAXLG |

Additional notes:

- Secondary axes can be called from level 1, 2 or 3. Note again that secondary axes do not change the scaling of an axis system defined by GRAF. Similarly, curves cannot be plotted with only secondary axes, they require a call to GRAF.
- As in GRAF, the parameters of logarithmic axes must be exponents of base 10.
- User-defined labels may also be plotted on secondary axes with MYLAB and the argument 'MYLAB' in the routine LABELS. The number of ticks can be changed by calling TICKS.

The routine GAXPAR calculates parameters for GRAF from a minimum and maximum of data values.

The call is: | CALL GAXPAR (V1, V2, COPT, CAX, A, B, OR, STP, NDIG) | level 1, 2, 3 |

or: | void gaxpar (float v1, float v2, const char *copt, const char *cax, float *a, float *b, float *or, float *stp, int *ndig); |

V1, V2 | are the lower and upper limits of the axis. If V1 > V2, the calculated parameters will be in descending order. |

COPT | is a character string that can have the values 'NOEXTEND' and 'EXTEND'. For COPT = 'EXTEND', the calculated axis limits can be extended to a full axis step. Otherwise, V1 and V2 are used as axis limits. |

CAX | is a character string that defines the axis. CAX can have the values 'X', 'Y', and 'Z'. |

A, B | are the calculated limits of the axis. |

OR, STP | are the first axis label and the step between labels. |

NDIG | is the calculated number of digits after the decimal point that should be set with the routine LABDIG for the labels. |

Additional notes:

- The same algorithm as in SETSCL for setting automatic axis scaling is applied to GAXPAR.
- The current axis settings such as linear or logarithmic scaling are used by GAXPAR. For logarithmic scaling, the parameters V1 and V2 must be exponents of base 10.

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