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From: Matt Kopeck <mkopeck@sg...> - 2005-08-02 14:29:00
Is it possible to use the date as well as the time to plot a graph in
I have the following input:
2005/07/25 19:15 35000
2005/07/25 19:24 40000
2005/07/26 21:23 27000
2005/07/26 21:45 30000
I'm not sure of what to set the xdata and the timefmt fields to so if
anyone knows how to do this or has any suggestions I will appreciate a
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I wonder if it is normal for the following to take about ~30 seconds to
This generates a radar plot jpeg..
Anything I can do to speed this up...
Using gp400dj2 on a fairly recent WinXP machine
set terminal jpeg medium size 310,310 xecffeb x000000 x404040 xff0000
set output "polar.jpg"
set grid polar
set size square
set xrange [-1:1]
set yrange [-1:1]
set title "Compromise solution v.s. Reference point"
set ylabel "Cost" -1
set xlabel "CO2" 0,-1
set x2label "Farmer's surplus" 0,1
set y2label "Subsidies" 1
#plot "force.txt" using 1:2 title 'Reference', "force.txt" using 1:3
title 'Solution' with lp
#plot "force.txt" with lp
#plot "force2.txt" using 1:2 title 'Reference', "force2.txt" using 1:3
title 'Solution' with lp
set pointsize 1.2
set key off
#Below plots the aspiration
plot "opt.txt" using 1:2 title 'Reference' with lp
#Below plots the solution
plot "sol.txt" using 1:3 title 'Solution' with lp
> I wonder if it is normal for the following to take about ~30 seconds to
Depends on how loaded the box is, what file-systems you're on, how large
those data files are, and some other things.
> Using gp400dj2 on a fairly recent WinXP machine
Windows XP is hostile territory for that version of gnuplot. You'ld be
better off with one of the Windows versions.
> set multiplot
> set pointsize 1.2
> set key off
> plot "opt.txt" using 1:2 title 'Reference' with lp
> plot "sol.txt" using 1:3 title 'Solution' with lp
No 'unset multiplot', no 'unset output'. That are things you should get