@Nupur:

I can’t tell you without more details. Does the image import at all?

–Danny

@Bill Bullock:

I am not an Engauge expert but as far as I can tell, the answers to your questions are all “yes”: Minimum line thickness is the pixel width of the grid lines and Maximum gap is the gap in the curve. The best way to find what values to use is to play with it; try varying numbers and see how the resulting graph looks. That’s what I did.

Hope this helps,

Danny

Would it help if I subscribe to the discussion below? How about the Engauge forums?

ANY help you could give me would be appreciated!

Bill Bullock

]]>@Bob Roddy:

Glad to be of help. It took me a while to figure all this out, so I wanted to write it down where I could find it again.

–Danny

Thanks Again

]]>@Frank Doyle:

No, I’ve never tried to print from Engauge. I took screenshots, which isn’t quite the same thing but worked for my examples. I’ve always exported the data into OpenOffice (Excel would work as well) and graphed it from there.

–Danny

I cannot “rescale” the internal image to obtain a plot that will fit on printer paper. I only get an enlarged image of the top left corner area.

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