- data T graph
- deflt :: C graph => T graph
- add :: T -> [String] -> T graph -> T graph
- remove :: T -> T graph -> T graph
- size :: C graph => Double -> Double -> T graph -> T graph
- title :: C graph => String -> T graph -> T graph
- xRange2d :: (C x, C y, C x) => (x, x) -> T (T x y) -> T (T x y)
- yRange2d :: (C x, C y, C y) => (y, y) -> T (T x y) -> T (T x y)
- xRange3d :: (C x, C y, C z, C x) => (x, x) -> T (T x y z) -> T (T x y z)
- yRange3d :: (C x, C y, C z, C y) => (y, y) -> T (T x y z) -> T (T x y z)
- zRange3d :: (C x, C y, C z, C z) => (z, z) -> T (T x y z) -> T (T x y z)
- xLabel :: C graph => String -> T graph -> T graph
- yLabel :: C graph => String -> T graph -> T graph
- zLabel :: (C x, C y, C z) => String -> T (T x y z) -> T (T x y z)
- xFormat :: C graph => String -> T graph -> T graph
- yFormat :: C graph => String -> T graph -> T graph
- zFormat :: (C x, C y, C z) => String -> T (T x y z) -> T (T x y z)
- view :: Double -> Double -> Double -> Double -> T (T x y z) -> T (T x y z)
- viewMap :: T (T x y z) -> T (T x y z)

# Documentation

add :: T -> [String] -> T graph -> T graphSource

Add an option with arguments as plain strings. This is very flexible, but not very safe. Use it only as fall-back, if there is no specific setter function in Graphics.Gnuplot.Frame.OptionSet.

Set parameters of viewing a surface graph. See info:gnuplot/view