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I am trying to plot from a binary file written by Fortran, which has more
than 100 columns.
When the number of columns is small (e.g. 4 columns), I know I can plot the
first column by
plot 'file' binary format='%*float%4float%*float' u 0:1
(leading and trailing '%*float' are due to Fortran output)
The largest number accepted by this format is 9 columns. Beyond that, the
format fails. For example, I can not use format='%*float%100float%*float'.
Is there a better way of plotting data in such a binary format?
Thanks for your time.
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