Thank you for your reply.
Can it be automatically done? Actually I generated the data file by
running some clustering program on the raw data, so I don't know how
many clusters there are in the data file if I don't open and inspect it.
In the manual it says "Data separated by double blank records are
treated as if they were in separate data files" , so I think it should
be handled correctly. =20
Have anyone done this before?
From: Marek W. Gutowski [mailto:gutow@...
Sent: Friday, June 16, 2006 7:54 PM
To: Jun Yang
Subject: Re: [Gnuplot-info] How to plot each group of data points in a
data file with different point style?
plot 'your_data_file' index 0 u 1:3 with points 1, '' index 1 u 1:3 w
and read more by typing 'help index' at gnuplot's prompt.
Jun Yang wrote:
> I am using Gnu Plot 4.0 under WindowsXP.
> I want to plot each group of data points in a data file with different
> point style, but I don't know how to.
> I've seperated each group of data points with double blank lines=20
> according to the manual, but it seems doesn't work.
> Please somebody help!
> Best Regards,
> Jun Yang
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