please be aware that "," is a bad separator since other countries
use it where the english use a ".", more over it does not improve
readability of the files.
just my two cents, i stumbled over that problem some time ago
Am 16.12.2011 10:52, schrieb Thomas Sefzick:
> define the data separator if it's not a space.
> enclose the filename in quotes because it's a string.
> use 'splot' for 3d plots.
> set datafile separator ","
> splot "data.csv" with lines
> igalis wrote:
>> I'm new to GNUPlot and Linux.
>> I have a text file with three columns of data, as follows. The third
>> column is a function of the variables in the third and second column.
>> I cannot figure out how to create a simple 3d graph of this function using
>> GNUPlot. Typing "gnuplot>plot data.csv with lines" results in an error.
>> How do I make it so that GNUPlot reads and graphs the file correctly?
>> Thank you for your time!