I'm new to gnuplot, as I've decided to go the open-source route, instead of
the Matlab route. So I figured I would ask the expert users how to go about
accomplishing my goal, rather than inventing myself the solution.
I have written some software to solve a problem, that creates a Delaunay
triangulated mesh of points in 3-dimensions, at specified intervals.
The intention is to use gnuplot to create an animated GIF of the mesh as it
steps through time. Hopefully, gnuplot will recognize when a triangle in
the foreground blocks one in the back, so I don't end up with a screen full
Having written the software myself, I can output the data however I like,
but cannot really figure out an efficient way to convey my data to gnuplot
to accomplish the goal.
Is there a "good" way to do this, or a tutorial somewhere I can read?
Thanks for your help and info,