I'm not sure how complicated it will be to upgrade to 4.3-cvs. I'm on
OSX and had some difficulties to install gnuplot. Compiling from
sources gave some errors I didn't understand, so I went to the
darwinports. This worked, but I'm not sure if I can install 4.3 via
For the moment it would be sufficient to print my first column in the
Terminal window. Can I do this with gnuplot 4.2? I tried 'print $1'
but this doesn't work.
Am 21.05.2009 um 10:31 schrieb Thomas Sefzick:
> the caret is below the 1st 'y' of the 'title my_key', isn't it?
> i can reproduce this behaviour here with gnuplot 4.2.
> sorry, i forgot to mention, you need gnuplot 4.3-cvs. version
> 4.2 doesn't have those the operators '=' and ',' in expression
> syntax. you need to upgrade to version 4.3.
> joachim heintz wrote:
>> Thanks. 'unset colorbox' does its job. But with you suggestion
>> regarding getting a data value as a key I get the following:
>> gnuplot> plot "/Joachim/ShellSkripte/00gnuplot/Ganze1_12pms.txt"
>> every ::1::1 using (my_key=sprintf("%d",$1),0/0):(0/0) notitle, "/
>> Joachim/ShellSkripte/00gnuplot/Ganze1_12pms.txt" every ::a::a using
>> 3:2 with imp title my_key linecolor palette frac 0, "/Joachim/
>> ShellSkripte/00gnuplot/Ganze1_12pms.txt" every ::a::a using 6:5 with
>> imp title my_key linecolor palette frac .333333, "/Joachim/
>> ShellSkripte/00gnuplot/Ganze1_12pms.txt" every ::a::a using 9:8 with
>> imp title my_key linecolor palette frac .666666
>> "/tmp/gnupl005512.txt", line 7: ')' expected
>> (no newlines in the terminal output; just in this email)
>> Am I doing something wrong? No idea which ')' I am missing.
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