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From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090731 07:03:32

reset set xrange [0:7] set yrange [0:7] plot '' with labels left offset 1,0 point 1 2 5 3 5 6 e acoelhosantos wrote: > > Have you found a way to do this yet? > I want to do the same thing but I haven't found out how to do it. My best > answer is manually creating text labels on the plot, but it doesn't seem a > very intelligent way to do it. > > > > marco_k2 wrote: >> >> Is it possible print the point value in a plot like in this way? >> >>  >>  >>  * 6 >>  >>  * 5 >> __________________ >> >> Thank's in advance >> Marco >> >> >>  >> Using Tomcat but need to do more? Need to support web services, security? >> Get stuff done quickly with preintegrated technology to make your job >> easier >> Download IBM WebSphere Application Server v.1.0.1 based on Apache >> Geronimo >> http://sel.asus.falkag.net/sel?cmd=lnk&kid=120709&bid=263057&dat=121642 >> _______________________________________________ >> Gnuplotinfo mailing list >> Gnuplotinfo@... >> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo >> >> > >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/printthepointvaluetp6098957p24752037.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090729 14:29:08

set size, origin, lmargin and rmargin by hand: reset set lmargin 6 set rmargin 15 set key rmargin set multiplot set size 0.55,1.0 set origin 0.0,0.0 plot sin(x) notitle set origin 0.45,0.0 plot sin(x) unset multiplot or with gnuplot 4.3cvs: reset set key rmargin set multiplot set lmargin at screen 0.06 set rmargin at screen 0.42 plot sin(x) notitle set lmargin at screen 0.49 set rmargin at screen 0.85 plot sin(x) unset multiplot Schlupp wrote: > > Hi, > > I am trying to plot two plots side by side with one key for both plots. > Both plots should be of same size, the key outside the right plot. Now I'm > not quite sure how to handle this. My first guess was > 'set multiplot layout 1,2' > but the result is in the attached jpg. The right plot has to share the > width with the key, so the plots are not equally sized. > http://www.nabble.com/file/p24716804/2plots.jpeg 2plots.jpeg > My next guess was to set the size parameter, but the result was a > catastrophe, as I'm not familiar with it. > The final terminal should be pslatex, but x11 would be fine to have a > quick view at it. > > > If someone has an idea how to handle this I'd be happy. > Reinhard >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Helpneededforplottingmultipleplotssidebysidetp24716804p24719846.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Schlupp <schlupp_z@ya...>  20090729 10:51:35

Hi, I am trying to plot two plots side by side with one key for both plots. Both plots should be of same size, the key outside the right plot. Now I'm not quite sure how to handle this. My first guess was 'set multiplot layout 1,2' but the result is in the attached jpg. The right plot has to share the width with the key, so the plots are not equally sized. http://www.nabble.com/file/p24716804/2plots.jpeg 2plots.jpeg My next guess was to set the size parameter, but the result was a catastrophe, as I'm not familiar with it. The final terminal should be pslatex, but x11 would be fine to have a quick view at it. If someone has an idea how to handle this I'd be happy. Reinhard  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Helpneededforplottingmultipleplotssidebysidetp24716804p24716804.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090729 09:57:20

either use 'reread': http://www.gnuplot.info/docs/node151.html or with gnuplot 4.3cvs use interation: http://gnuplot.sourceforge.net/docs_4.3/#iteration sachingholap wrote: > > Can we have loop in gnuplot script.. > I am having multiple Columns in a Files that i have to plot. > > Example > For ploting 1 respect to 2 > set output "Error.png" > plot "err.out" using 1:2 w l title "Run " > > Can this make as generic one .... > Loop i=0;i=10;i++ > set output "Error.png" > plot "err.out" using 1:$i w l title "Run " > is it possible? > > > >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Canwehaveloopingnuplotscripttp24712684p24716055.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090729 09:43:46

i tried to reproduce your problem  but everything works as expected (in gnuplot 4.3cvs): datafile 'ts.dat': 1 3 2 4 3 1 4 2 2 4 2 1 4 2 1 3 plot script 'ts.plt': reset set multiplot set size 0.5,0.5 set origin 0.0,0.5 splot 'ts.dat' matrix u 1:2:($3*($1+$2)) w pm3d set origin 0.5,0.5 splot 'ts.dat' matrix u 1:2:($3*($1+$2)):($1+$2) w pm3d set pm3d interpolate 0,0 set origin 0.0,0.0 splot 'ts.dat' matrix u 1:2:($3*($1+$2)) w pm3d set origin 0.5,0.0 splot 'ts.dat' matrix u 1:2:($3*($1+$2)):($1+$2) w pm3d unset multiplot results in this plot: http://www.nabble.com/file/p24715853/ts.gif atoms.h wrote: > > really, no one encountered this problem, yet? > > could you give a sample dataset and script showing > your problem? > > > atoms.h wrote: >> >> Hey all, >> >> I encountered a wierd problem. What I'm trying to do (and what partly >> works) is a 3d plot with matrix data like >> >> $ splot path matrix u 1:2:($3*(Interf($1, $2, 5, 7.0, 14.5))) w pm3d >> notitle >> >> and my pm3d setting is >> >> $ set pm3d interpolate 0,4 >> >> up to here everything is fine! >> However, if I try to assign the cbaxis like >> >> $ splot path matrix u 1:2:($3*(Interf($1, $2, 5, 7.0, 14.5))):(Interf($1, >> $2, 5, 7.0, 14.5) w pm3d notitle >> >> or any other variable while interpolating, the only thing gnuplot seems >> to do is scaling of the cbrange while still plotting the zvalue on the >> cbaxis... If I don't interpolate everything works fine! >> Any clues? >> > >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/splot%2Cpm3dinterpolateandcbassignmenttp24529245p24715853.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: atoms.h <stormy.monday@gm...>  20090728 19:55:22

really, no one encountered this problem, yet? atoms.h wrote: > > Hey all, > > I encountered a wierd problem. What I'm trying to do (and what partly > works) is a 3d plot with matrix data like > > $ splot path matrix u 1:2:($3*(Interf($1, $2, 5, 7.0, 14.5))) w pm3d > notitle > > and my pm3d setting is > > $ set pm3d interpolate 0,4 > > up to here everything is fine! > However, if I try to assign the cbaxis like > > $ splot path matrix u 1:2:($3*(Interf($1, $2, 5, 7.0, 14.5))):(Interf($1, > $2, 5, 7.0, 14.5) w pm3d notitle > > or any other variable while interpolating, the only thing gnuplot seems to > do is scaling of the cbrange while still plotting the zvalue on the > cbaxis... If I don't interpolate everything works fine! > Any clues? >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/splot%2Cpm3dinterpolateandcbassignmenttp24529245p24706717.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090728 15:56:53

define your own line styles: http://www.gnuplot.info/docs/node237.html and use these instead of line types in the plot command. crish wrote: > > > Hi, > I want to have around 40 plots in a single plot. I used multiplot and > smooth csplines. But the colours are repeated after 8. How to increase it > for 40 plots. I tried with HEX code. But I don't get it. > > The script I used is as follows: > > set terminal postscript solid color "bold" 7 > set multiplot > set size 1,1 > set origin 0,0 > > set size 0.4,0.4 > set origin 0.05,0.1 > plot "re31" u 1:2 title "res31: 0.05(2)" smooth csplines lt 1,"re36" u > 1:2 title "res36: 0.07(3)" smooth csplines lt 2,"re111" u 1:2 title > "res111: 0.07(3)" smooth csplines lt 3,"re116" u 1:2 title "res116: > 0.06(3)" smooth csplines lt 4,"re146" u 1:2 title "res146: 0.05(2)" smooth > csplines lt 5, "re152" u 1:2 title "res152: 0.38(5)" smooth csplines lt > 6,"re187" u 1:2 title "res187: 0.08(3)" smooth csplines lt 7,"re219" u 1:2 > title "res219: 0.07(3)" smooth csplines lt 8,"re303" u 1:2 title "res303: > 0.05(3)" smooth csplines lt 9,"re343" u 1:2 title "res343: 0.27(12)" > smooth csplines lt 10,"re347" u 1:2 title "res347: 0.06(3)" smooth > csplines lt 11, "re353" u 1:2 title "res353: 0.07(3)" smooth csplines lt > 12,"re386" u 1:2 title "res386: 0.06(3)" smooth csplines lt 13,"re464" u > 1:2 title "res464: 0.09(4)" smooth csplines lt 14,"re509" u 1:2 title > "res509: 0.08(3)" smooth csplines lt 15,"re543" u 1:2 title "res543: > 0.13(4)" smooth csplines lt 16,"re587" u 1:2 title "res587: 0.09(4)" > smooth csplines lt 17 > > unset multiplot > > Thanks in advance. > Balaji.N. > > _________________________________________________________________ > Missed any of the IPL matches ? Catch a recap of all the action on MSN > Videos > http://msnvideos.in/iplt20/msnvideoplayer.aspx >  > Let Crystal Reports handle the reporting  Free Crystal Reports 2008 > 30Day > trial. Simplify your report design, integration and deployment  and focus > on > what you do best, core application coding. Discover what's new with > Crystal Reports now. http://p.sf.net/sfu/bobjjuly > _______________________________________________ > Gnuplotinfo mailing list > Gnuplotinfo@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo > >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Toincreasethenumberofcoloursingnuplottp24695998p24702387.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: balaji nagarajan <balaji_sethu@ho...>  20090728 09:46:57

Hi, I want to have around 40 plots in a single plot. I used multiplot and smooth csplines. But the colours are repeated after 8. How to increase it for 40 plots. I tried with HEX code. But I don't get it. The script I used is as follows: set terminal postscript solid color "bold" 7 set multiplot set size 1,1 set origin 0,0 set size 0.4,0.4 set origin 0.05,0.1 plot "re31" u 1:2 title "res31: 0.05(2)" smooth csplines lt 1,"re36" u 1:2 title "res36: 0.07(3)" smooth csplines lt 2,"re111" u 1:2 title "res111: 0.07(3)" smooth csplines lt 3,"re116" u 1:2 title "res116: 0.06(3)" smooth csplines lt 4,"re146" u 1:2 title "res146: 0.05(2)" smooth csplines lt 5, "re152" u 1:2 title "res152: 0.38(5)" smooth csplines lt 6,"re187" u 1:2 title "res187: 0.08(3)" smooth csplines lt 7,"re219" u 1:2 title "res219: 0.07(3)" smooth csplines lt 8,"re303" u 1:2 title "res303: 0.05(3)" smooth csplines lt 9,"re343" u 1:2 title "res343: 0.27(12)" smooth csplines lt 10,"re347" u 1:2 title "res347: 0.06(3)" smooth csplines lt 11, "re353" u 1:2 title "res353: 0.07(3)" smooth csplines lt 12,"re386" u 1:2 title "res386: 0.06(3)" smooth csplines lt 13,"re464" u 1:2 title "res464: 0.09(4)" smooth csplines lt 14,"re509" u 1:2 title "res509: 0.08(3)" smooth csplines lt 15,"re543" u 1:2 title "res543: 0.13(4)" smooth csplines lt 16,"re587" u 1:2 title "res587: 0.09(4)" smooth csplines lt 17 unset multiplot Thanks in advance. Balaji.N. _________________________________________________________________ Missed any of the IPL matches ? Catch a recap of all the action on MSN Videos http://msnvideos.in/iplt20/msnvideoplayer.aspx 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090725 13:55:31

your data file is not in 'matrix' format, see: http://www.gnuplot.info/docs/node332.html 'splot' without the 'matrix' keyword and see how far you get. have a look at the section in the manual dealing with 'grid_data': http://www.gnuplot.info/docs/node334.html psublue wrote: > > I'm using gnuplot to create a color plot matrix of data that I have > calculated and stored in a plain text file. For each (x,y) coordinate in a > given urban area, I wish to plot a value for wireless signal strength that > has been calculated at that point. The input file has six columns, and I > can't change the format. I want to use column 2 as my xvalue, column 3 as > my yvalue, and column 6 as my signal strength. A typical input file has > around 1000 lines. Here's a sample of what the input file looks like: > > > 1 7.925366e+002 0.000000e+000 2.000000e+000 1.095303e+003 > 9.781039e+001 > 2 8.425366e+002 0.000000e+000 2.000000e+000 1.132009e+003 > 9.791229e+001 > 3 8.925366e+002 0.000000e+000 2.000000e+000 1.169700e+003 > 9.801788e+001 > > > Here's what I'm doing in gnuplot: > > set view map > set pm3d map > splot "input_file.txt" matrix using 2:3:6 with pm3d > > At this point, gnuplot reports "All points x value undefined". I also > tried using columns 1:2:5 in case gnuplot is 0based when it deals with > columns; that didn't work either. I tried changing line endings as well, > and that didn't seem to work. > > Any suggestions on how I can get this up and running? Thanks! >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Creatingmatrixwithpm3dfromfiletp24647461p24658149.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: CLOSE Dave <Dave.C<lose@us...>  20090724 00:57:57

I wrote: > On a Linux system running on x86 (32bit) hardware, gnuplot is working > great. However, when I plot from a datafile in which some of the values > exceed a 32bit integer, the plot takes 100% CPU and never produces a > graph. Is this a real limitation or is there a solution (short of using > a 64bit machine)? HansBernhard Bröker graciously replied: > Integers have basically no relevance to gnuplot datafile reading. > gnuplot reads floatingpoint numbers, not integers, from data files. > You'll have to show a much more specific example to allow this issue to > be addressed in any meaningful way. Well, I was wrong and I apologize. The problem only occurred with data columns of very large values, but it wasn't caused because those values exceeded a 32bit integer. Instead, the problem was the "set ytics" command. I had been using "set ytics 1 ..." to try to force only integer values. Seeing noninteger tics which the data is only integers in misleading and confounds viewers. What I was doing works great when the values are small but seems to go into a very long loop when the values are very large. I will now make my process a bit more elaborate and compute a proper tic interval. Unless there is some other, more direct, way to specify that automatic tic marks should only be integers? 
From: HansBernhard Bröker <HBB<roeker@t...>  20090723 18:26:35

CLOSE Dave wrote: > On a Linux system running on x86 (32bit) hardware, gnuplot is working > great. However, when I plot from a datafile in which some of the values > exceed a 32bit integer, the plot takes 100% CPU and never produces a > graph. Is this a real limitation or is there a solution (short of using > a 64bit machine)? Integers have basically no relevance to gnuplot datafile reading. gnuplot reads floatingpoint numbers, not integers, from data files. You'll have to show a much more specific example to allow this issue to be addressed in any meaningful way. 
From: atoms.h <stormy.monday@gm...>  20090723 09:08:38

Hi all, I've been using the cvsversion lately since there are some features which are neccessary for data representation and while doing so I found some issues which I like to articulate here so that there's a chance they will be introduced (or that someone will tell me what I'm doing wrong): This mainly concerns the new 'object' styles 'ellipse' and 'circle': For some plots we need circular guides in a otherwise cartesian plot. They should be centered at the xaxis and simply draw an arc (0:180) and, of course, should be circular with respect to the plot coordinate system. After some confusion I can in some sense understand why a 'circle' will be a circle on the print rather than on the plot however, I would have found it more intuitive to have a switch to change this behavior. Nevertheless, the 'ellipse'  of which I thought would be the solution  seems to be an entierly different animal. It lacks an 'arc' specifier as well as I haven't been able to display the actual ellipse with a line rather than the area. So I would like to emphasize that with the given direction the 'circle' object is taking the, 'ellipse' should at least have the possibility of arcing and border display. However, maybe my point is convincing to decide via an option whether the 'circle' acts as a circle with respect to the print or with respect to the coordinate system of the plot. Much regards and keep up the tremendous work!!! thomas p.s. i should add that  for now  the above relates to the x11 terminal  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/someremarksonCVSversiontp24376111p24376111.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090723 07:30:24

the normalization factor needs to be know before you plot. what you could do:  make a dummy plot (see 'set table') to count the data entries, have a look at: http://gnuplot.sourceforge.net/demo_4.3/data_feedback.html (look for 'sum')  calculate the normalization factor  do the plot e.g.: set table sum=0 plot 'datafile' using 1:(sum=sum+$1) unset plot print sum plot 'datafile' using 1:(1./sum) smooth frequency with boxes jamborta wrote: > > that's great. it's clear now. maybe it'd be useful to have a function that > counts how many entries the set has, so it'd be easy to normalise it. > > > Thomas Sefzick wrote: >> >> first we need a function for binning the xdata, i.e. the >> continuous xrange is split into intervals of size 's': >> bin(x, s) = s*int(x/s) >> >> then we plot: >> plot "datafile" using (bin($2,0.01)):(10/300.) \ >> smooth frequency \ >> title 'smooth frequency' with boxes >> >> explanation: >>  the binfunction assigns the xvalues within one interval >> (which has a width of 0.01 here) to only one xvalue (the >> lower interval border) >>  with 'smooth frequency' all the yvalues of data pairs >> with the same xvalue are added >>  "10/300." is just a factor, you could use "1." then each >> data counts as '1' >> >> >> jamborta wrote: >>> >>> thanks a lot. could you explain the parameters of this method >>> >>> plot [0:] "datafile" u 2:(0.25*rand(0).35) t '', "" u >>> (bin($2,0.01)):(10/300.) s f t 'smooth frequency' w boxes, "" u >>> 2:(1/300.) s cumul t 'smooth cumulative' >>> >>> especially 10/300. and 1/300. >>> >>> I couldn't figure out why it normalises in the demo, but not for my >>> data. >>> >>> thanks a lot >>> >>> >>> Thomas Sefzick wrote: >>>> >>>> have a look at the gnuplot 4.3cvs demo: >>>> >>>> http://gnuplot.sourceforge.net/demo_4.3/smooth.html >>>> >>>> >>>> jamborta wrote: >>>>> >>>>> hi guys, >>>>> >>>>> I have a continuous random variable with around 1200 values. I'd like >>>>> to plot the distribution of that dataset. I guess I could set up some >>>>> intervals and count how many values fall into that interval. is that >>>>> doable with gnuplot? >>>>> >>>>> thanks, >>>>> tamas >>>>> >>>>> >>>> >>>> >>> >>> >> >> > >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/plotdistributiontp24593401p24620723.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: CLOSE Dave <Dave.C<lose@us...>  20090722 22:57:25

On a Linux system running on x86 (32bit) hardware, gnuplot is working great. However, when I plot from a datafile in which some of the values exceed a 32bit integer, the plot takes 100% CPU and never produces a graph. Is this a real limitation or is there a solution (short of using a 64bit machine)? 
From: atoms.h <stormy.monday@gm...>  20090722 21:47:25

Hey all, I encountered a wierd problem. What I'm trying to do (and what partly works) is a 3d plot with matrix data like $ splot path matrix u 1:2:($3*(Interf($1, $2, 5, 7.0, 14.5))) w pm3d notitle and my pm3d setting is $ set pm3d interpolate 0,4 up to here everything is fine! However, if I try to assign the cbaxis like $ splot path matrix u 1:2:($3*(Interf($1, $2, 5, 7.0, 14.5))):(Interf($1, $2, 5, 7.0, 14.5) w pm3d notitle or any other variable while interpolating, the only thing gnuplot seems to do is scaling of the cbrange while still plotting the zvalue on the cbaxis... If I don't interpolate everything works fine! Any clues?  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/splot%2Cpm3dinterpolateandcbassignmenttp24529245p24529245.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090722 14:36:30

first we need a function for binning the xdata, i.e. the continuous xrange is split into intervals of size 's': bin(x, s) = s*int(x/s) then we plot: plot "datafile" using (bin($2,0.01)):(10/300.) \ smooth frequency \ title 'smooth frequency' with boxes explanation:  the binfunction assigns the xvalues within one interval (which has a width of 0.01 here) to only one xvalue (the lower interval border)  with 'smooth frequency' all the yvalues of data pairs with the same xvalue are added  "10/300." is just a factor, you could use "1." then each data counts as '1' jamborta wrote: > > thanks a lot. could you explain the parameters of this method > > plot [0:] "datafile" u 2:(0.25*rand(0).35) t '', "" u > (bin($2,0.01)):(10/300.) s f t 'smooth frequency' w boxes, "" u 2:(1/300.) > s cumul t 'smooth cumulative' > > especially 10/300. and 1/300. > > I couldn't figure out why it normalises in the demo, but not for my data. > > thanks a lot > > > Thomas Sefzick wrote: >> >> have a look at the gnuplot 4.3cvs demo: >> >> http://gnuplot.sourceforge.net/demo_4.3/smooth.html >> >> >> jamborta wrote: >>> >>> hi guys, >>> >>> I have a continuous random variable with around 1200 values. I'd like to >>> plot the distribution of that dataset. I guess I could set up some >>> intervals and count how many values fall into that interval. is that >>> doable with gnuplot? >>> >>> thanks, >>> tamas >>> >>> >> >> > >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/plotdistributiontp24593401p24607667.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090722 09:29:36

have a look at the gnuplot 4.3cvs demo: http://gnuplot.sourceforge.net/demo_4.3/smooth.html jamborta wrote: > > hi guys, > > I have a continuous random variable with around 1200 values. I'd like to > plot the distribution of that dataset. I guess I could set up some > intervals and count how many values fall into that interval. is that > doable with gnuplot? > > thanks, > tamas > >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/plotdistributiontp24593401p24602883.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Jeremy Conlin <jeremit0@gm...>  20090721 15:33:32

On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 10:59 AM, Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@...>wrote: > > set multiplot > set size 1,1 > set origin 0,0 > plot [pi:pi] sin(x) > set size 0.35,0.35 > set origin 0.6,0.1 > plot [pi/2.:pi/2.] sin(x) > unset multiplot Thank you. That's exactly what I needed. Jeremy > > > > Jeremy Conlin wrote: > > > > I would like to have a plot within a plot. I have a plot where I would > > like > > to zoom in on one corner to show the detail, while still keeping the rest > > of > > the plot. > > In looking around it seems like I might be able to do this with > multiplot, > > but that seems to be used for putting plots side by side which is not > what > > I > > want. Is multiplot the way to go or should I be looking at something > > else? > > Is there a demo describing ho to do this? > > > > Thanks, > > Jeremy > > >  > > Enter the BlackBerry Developer Challenge > > This is your chance to win up to $100,000 in prizes! For a limited time, > > vendors submitting new applications to BlackBerry App World(TM) will have > > the opportunity to enter the BlackBerry Developer Challenge. See full > > prize > > details at: http://p.sf.net/sfu/Challenge > > _______________________________________________ > > Gnuplotinfo mailing list > > Gnuplotinfo@... > > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo > > > > > >  > View this message in context: > http://www.nabble.com/Plotwithinaplothowtotp24588288p24589348.html > Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. > > > >  > Enter the BlackBerry Developer Challenge > This is your chance to win up to $100,000 in prizes! For a limited time, > vendors submitting new applications to BlackBerry App World(TM) will have > the opportunity to enter the BlackBerry Developer Challenge. See full prize > details at: http://p.sf.net/sfu/Challenge > _______________________________________________ > Gnuplotinfo mailing list > Gnuplotinfo@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo > 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090721 15:29:51

as far as i know elliptic functions are new in version 4.3cvs. which version are you using? sasvari wrote: > > anybody knows how to plot a function with the use of EllipticK(k) > > when I try to plot EllipticK(k) I get the error: > > gnuplot> plot EllipticK(x) > undefined function: EllipticK > > originally the argument is a more complex function, but I always get the > error of 'undefined function'. > > anybody can help? >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/EllipticK%28k%29tp24588485p24589972.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090721 14:59:26

set multiplot set size 1,1 set origin 0,0 plot [pi:pi] sin(x) set size 0.35,0.35 set origin 0.6,0.1 plot [pi/2.:pi/2.] sin(x) unset multiplot Jeremy Conlin wrote: > > I would like to have a plot within a plot. I have a plot where I would > like > to zoom in on one corner to show the detail, while still keeping the rest > of > the plot. > In looking around it seems like I might be able to do this with multiplot, > but that seems to be used for putting plots side by side which is not what > I > want. Is multiplot the way to go or should I be looking at something > else? > Is there a demo describing ho to do this? > > Thanks, > Jeremy >  > Enter the BlackBerry Developer Challenge > This is your chance to win up to $100,000 in prizes! For a limited time, > vendors submitting new applications to BlackBerry App World(TM) will have > the opportunity to enter the BlackBerry Developer Challenge. See full > prize > details at: http://p.sf.net/sfu/Challenge > _______________________________________________ > Gnuplotinfo mailing list > Gnuplotinfo@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo > >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Plotwithinaplothowtotp24588288p24589348.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Jeremy Conlin <jeremit0@gm...>  20090721 14:01:26

I would like to have a plot within a plot. I have a plot where I would like to zoom in on one corner to show the detail, while still keeping the rest of the plot. In looking around it seems like I might be able to do this with multiplot, but that seems to be used for putting plots side by side which is not what I want. Is multiplot the way to go or should I be looking at something else? Is there a demo describing ho to do this? Thanks, Jeremy 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090717 07:19:35

C engineerCnewbie wrote: > > What language was gnuplot written in? > > Thank you. >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/gnuplotlanguagetp24525436p24529753.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090717 07:17:23

running version 4.3 demos with version 4.2.5 doesn't work sometimes. there are improvement and new features in version 4.3 which can't be found in older versions. rbessa wrote: > > I have tried to run the example in > http://gnuplot.sourceforge.net/demo_4.3/transparent.html with version > 4.2.5 however I have the folowing error: "line 4: ';' expected" > > Line 4 is the one with "set style fill transparent solid 0.50 noborder". > > Where is the bug? > > Ricardo >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/TransperentPlottp24525344p24529724.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20090717 07:11:00

FAQ: "... adds blank lines to a data file whenever number in the first column changes ..." the awk script is to be used to separate isolines, a structure like x1 y1 z1 x1 y2 z2 ... x1 y99 z99 x2 y1 z100 x2 y2 z101 ... x2 y99 z198 x3 y1 z199 .... is assumed. but your data isn't sorted at all, so there are blank lines added nearly everywhere. you need to sort your data first. whining_dwarf wrote: > > Hi, > > I want to plot the following data in pm3d color map: > http://www.nabble.com/file/p24518332/cut08.txt cut08.txt > Using the following commands > > set pm3d map; set surface; > splot '<awk f ~/bin/addblanks.awk cut08.txt' using 1:3:5; > > (with the addblanks.awk script from the gnuplot FAQ), the result is some > strange triangles and does not correspond to the picture I get using > normal splot. > > Any help is welcome, thanks >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/pm3ddoesnotdrawproperlytp24518332p24529654.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: whining_dwarf <may@ii...>  20090716 15:37:52

Hi, I want to plot the following data in pm3d color map: http://www.nabble.com/file/p24518332/cut08.txt cut08.txt Using the following commands set pm3d map; set surface; splot '<awk f ~/bin/addblanks.awk cut08.txt' using 1:3:5; (with the addblanks.awk script from the gnuplot FAQ), the result is some strange triangles and does not correspond to the picture I get using normal splot. Any help is welcome, thanks  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/pm3ddoesnotdrawproperlytp24518332p24518332.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 