set xlint interval
interval between labeled tick marks
on the X-axis.
intervalis a positive value, the labeled tick marks will 'start' at
0, regardless of the current dimension environment. For example, if you set the
3, the labeled tick marks will be at
0, 3, 6, 9...
intervalis a negative value, the labeled tick marks will 'start' at the axis start value, which is usually the lower limit of the X dimension environment. If this were
10), then the labeled tick marks would be at
30, 40, 50, 60...
set ylintmay not work as described when used to control grid lines for polar stereographic projections.