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From: Joe Trubisz <jtrubisz@ma...>  20100111 19:35:28

Greetings... I have gnuplot 4.2 patchlevel 6 installed on a Mac OSX 10.5.8 system. Gnuplot works just fine in interactive mode and with octave. However, it does not work in batch mode at all. Never displays a graph. This must be a OSX thing, since it works just fine on my windows XP system. Is this a bug or is there a workaround? TIA, Joe 
From: pban92 <pban92@ya...>  20100111 19:21:09

1. I have been trying to plot the following graph http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Hermite_poly.svg in monochrome (black) using gnuplot version 4.5 patch level 0 for windows. 2. Could not see the dashed features of the curves, ie, in my case the codes from the link produced only solid colored curves. 3. Any suggestion would be highly appreciated. 4. Thanks!  View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/Cantseeorplotdashedlinecurvetp27116081p27116081.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Smstry <smstry@gm...>  20100111 17:59:21

here is how i did for whom is interested .(which is almost what Thomas Sefzick suggested ) suppose Data are in a file called : data.dat I edited a file which I called plot.gnu In this file I wrote the following : plot "data.dat" u 2:3 every :::i::i if (i<number_of_blocks) reread pause 0.2 then ,in a terminal you run gnuplot : >i=1 # this is to initialize the value of i (the first block) >load "plot.gnu" # to run the sript we wrote hope it is clear . Smstry wrote: > > I have a file ( 3 columns x,y,z )which allows me to make a 3D plot . > i'd like to make an animated 2d plot with this file :i mean for each value > of x i plot 2d graph ,and i change th evalue of x with time to make > animation . > any one could help me ? > thanks > > >  View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/animatedplottp26666997p27114734.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20100111 13:54:10

yulin chang wrote: > > For simplicity, suppose I had two data sets, both governed by a simple > exponential decay with the same time constant but different initial > values, > i.e., z = a*exp(t/T) for the first data set and z = b*exp(t/T) for the > second, > and I want to fit the decay for both data sets with a common parameter T. > > In help fit multibranch of gnuplot, it says > "The function and parameters (branch) for each data set are selected by > using a > 'pseudovariable', e.g., either the dataline number (a 'column' index of > 1) or > the datafile index (2), as the second independent variable." and in the > example > it gives > f(x,y) = (y==0) ? a*exp(x/tau) : b*exp(x/tau) > fit f(x,y) 'datafile' using 1:2:2:3 via a, b, tau > > Could anybody help me with the following? > 1. How is f(x,y) switched between a*exp(x/tau) and b*exp(x/tau) in the > fitting > procedure? Specifically, when the fitting program read a line in the data > file, > it sees x:z (first column independent and second column dependent). How > does the > program decide which function to use? Since there is no 'y' involved. > sure there is a 'y' involved: it's the 2nd argument of the 'using' specifier. in detail: using 1:2:2:3 means: the xvalue is read from column 1 the yvalue is the current index (=data block) number the zvalue is read from column 2 the svalue is read from column 3 so, if your two data sets are in one file  separated by two empty lines  then the 1st data set will have the index number '0' and the 2nd index '1'. this index is given to the function as yvalue which switches between the two functions. yulin chang wrote: > > 2. Could anybody give me an example of function and parameters selection > using > the dataline number (a 'column' index of 1)? > f(x,y) = (y<1000) ? a*exp(x/tau) : b*exp(x/tau) fit f(x,y) 'datafile' using 1:1:2:3 via a, b, tau the 1st 1000 data sets (=lines) are fitted using the 1st function, the remaining data sets are fitted using the 2nd function. yulin chang wrote: > > Thanks you very much for your help, > yulin >  View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/fitmultibranch%28simultaneousfitsof2datasets%29tp27109307p27110571.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 