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From: Bernal Steven <electrocuting@la...>  20060320 23:34:52

From: fly away <victor.prosolin@gm...>  20060320 18:50:42

Hi all. Is there a way to do string concatenation in gnuplot? I've got a file (file.name) whose name is then used to generate other filenames like file.name.1, file.name.2, etc. I would be nice if I could just do something like: filename1 = filename + '.1' (instead of "+" something else could be used) Of course I could pass all filenames as input parameters, but the # of parameters is just 10 and there are so many other options to set:) Thanks. Victor.  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/stringconcatenationt1313124.html#a3499588 Sent from the Gnuplot  User forum at Nabble.com. 
From: fly away <victor.prosolin@gm...>  20060320 17:23:44

I got it already... RTFM before asking, Victor.:)  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/batchmodeargumentsandcolumnnumberst1312088.html#a3497867 Sent from the Gnuplot  User forum at Nabble.com. 
From: fly away <victor.prosolin@gm...>  20060320 16:14:35

Hi. If I run a gnuplot script and pass some arguments to it, then I refer to them as $0, $1 etc up to 10, right? But if I want to use functions, then when plotting I refer to column numbers in a similar way. For ex. sin_phi(x,y) = y/sqrt(x**2 + y**2) cos_phi(x,y) = x/sqrt(x**2 + y**2) vx(v2,v3,x,y) =  v2 * cos_phi(x,y)  v3*sin_phi(x,y) vy(v2,v3,x,y) =  v2 * sin_phi(x,y)  v3*cos_phi(x,y) v(v2,v3) = sqrt(v2**2 + v3**2) coef = 1e2 plot file_eqa every 2:2 u 9:10:(vx($5,$6,$9,$10)*coef):(vy($5,$6,$9,$10)*coef) with vectors head title "" So now the question is: How do I do the same thing with functions when I use gnuplot in batch mode? Because it seems to get confused with those. Thanks. Victor.  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/batchmodeargumentsandcolumnnumberst1312088.html#a3496260 Sent from the Gnuplot  User forum at Nabble.com. 
From:
<broeker@ph...>  20060320 15:03:41

Paulo J. Matos wrote: > I want a 1dplot, i.e., to plot some points along a given line. The > problem comes with the points. The points range from 0 to 10^1000 and > there are hundreds of points so I probably would need to have a big > image, filling an A4 page. Well, a line usually doesn't do a very good job of filling an area (special planefilling curves like the Hilbert and Peano fractals excluded). But if you really have to, a spiral should work. You won't get automatic tics, though: factor = 100 # adjust this sp_x(t) = t*cos(t/factor) sp_y(t) = t*sin(t/factor) plot 'file' u (sp_x($1)):(sp_y($1)) > I think the problem I face with gnuplot is the range of the numbers, > right? Can gnuplot handle numbers that big? Only if your computer's C "double" type does. Which almost certainly it won't. So you'll have to preprocess them to fit them into a less insane dynamic range. Just divide them all by 1e1000 or so, or logarithmize them. 
From: Paulo J. Matos <pocmatos@gm...>  20060320 13:03:15

Hi all, I'm currently trying to find out a way to do a simple plot which it turned out not to be so simple. I want a 1dplot, i.e., to plot some points along a given line. The problem comes with the points. The points range from 0 to 10^1000 and there are hundreds of points so I probably would need to have a big image, filling an A4 page. Is there any way to do this with gnuplot? If not, is there any other software able to do this? I think the problem I face with gnuplot is the range of the numbers, right? Can gnuplot handle numbers that big? Cheers,  Paulo Jorge Matos  pocm at sat inescid pt Web: http://sat.inescid.pt/~pocm Computer and Software Engineering INESCID  SAT Group 
From: Carlson Elvin <come@tf...>  20060320 08:24:20
