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From: Astan Chee <stanc@al...>  20050928 06:07:20
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Hi Guys, Im having problems drawing a 2D circle in gnuplot. Aside from using ploth(X = 0,2*Pi,[sin(X),cos(X)],1) or 'set polar; plot 1' Are there any other ways to draw a circle (with radius r at point x,y)? Thanks Cheers Astan 
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Astan Chee wrote: > Hi Guys, > Im having problems drawing a 2D circle in gnuplot. Aside from using > ploth(X = 0,2*Pi,[sin(X),cos(X)],1) I don't where inputing this commands gets you a circle  but it's not gnuplot. > Are there any other ways to draw a circle (with radius r at point x,y)? Maybe you should explain why you "have problems drawing a circle" when you quite clearly already know how to do it? 
From: Astan Chee <stanc@al...>  20050928 20:33:51

OK, Sorry for the ambiguity, What I meant was that I got those two functions of the web which supposedly draws a circle (but doesnt). Thats why Im asking how (or any other options) to draw a circle in gnuplot. Thanks Astan HansBernhard Bröker wrote: > Astan Chee wrote: > >> Hi Guys, >> Im having problems drawing a 2D circle in gnuplot. Aside from using >> ploth(X = 0,2*Pi,[sin(X),cos(X)],1) > > > I don't where inputing this commands gets you a circle  but it's > not gnuplot. > >> Are there any other ways to draw a circle (with radius r at point x,y)? > > > Maybe you should explain why you "have problems drawing a circle" when > you quite clearly already know how to do it? > > >  > This SF.Net email is sponsored by: > Power Architecture Resource Center: Free content, downloads, discussions, > and more. http://solutions.newsforge.com/ibmarch.tmpl > _______________________________________________ > Gnuplotinfo mailing list > Gnuplotinfo@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo > 
From: BBands <bbands@ya...>  20051002 20:52:54

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From: <galo@pr...>  20051002 21:05:13

Astan In the page above there are one example that will probably help you to draw a circle using gnuplot: http://www2.prudente.unesp.br/dcartog/galo/gnuplot/gnu_exemplos3.htm Bye Mauricio Galo http://www.prudente.unesp.br/dcartog > Hi Guys, > Im having problems drawing a 2D circle in gnuplot. Aside from using > ploth(X =3D 0,2*Pi,[sin(X),cos(X)],1) or > > 'set polar; plot 1' > Are there any other ways to draw a circle (with radius r at point x,y)? > Thanks > Cheers > Astan > > 
From: lilu29 <lulixiao@gm...>  20090109 17:42:58

Gnuplot4.3 introduces a new function for drawing circle in this format x y radius plot "file" using 1:2:3 with circles http://gnuplot.sourceforge.net/demo_4.3/circles.html Astan Chee wrote: > > Hi Guys, > Im having problems drawing a 2D circle in gnuplot. Aside from using > ploth(X = 0,2*Pi,[sin(X),cos(X)],1) or > > 'set polar; plot 1' > Are there any other ways to draw a circle (with radius r at point x,y)? > Thanks > Cheers > Astan > > >  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/drawingacircletp979093p21376978.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 