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Keywords: plotting
vt() (no argument) is designed to be used with a terminal emulator
implementing both VT100 and Tektronix 4014 emulation.  When running
MacAnova using such an terminal emulator, vt() automatically puts your
terminal in vt100 emulation mode using the character sequence obtained
by getoptions(tekset:T)[2].  See topic 'options'.

vt is normally not needed, since MacAnova should automatically switch
back to vt100 mode when a plot is finished if option 'tekset' has been
set appropriately.  See subtopic 'options:"tekset"'.

vt is implemented as a pre-defined macro (Unix/Linux versions only).

See topic vtx() if you are running MacAnova in an Xterm window on a

See also tek(), plot(), chplot(), lineplot(), boxplot(), showplot().

Gary Oehlert 2003-01-15