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On Mon, 30 Aug 2004, Charu Shukla wrote:
> 1) How come my data plots still display one color, red, and not the
> cool, multi-colored plots (even after I specify the "set pm3d" option on
> my command line)?
Because 'pm3d' is an option for 'splot's, not for normal 'plot's
> 2) How do I get a more smoother plot of my data? (I am aware of the
> "plotting with lines" and "hidden3d" options, but this still does not
> look nice.)
Neither of those options has anything to do with smoothing. What you
should use depends on what kind of data you have, and also whether it's a
2D or 3D plot. 2D plot has the 'smooth' option, which see. 3D plot can
be made smoother by the 'dgrid3d' option. Or you can do the smoothing
yourself, before you hand the data to gnuplot.
Hans-Bernhard Broeker (broeker@...)
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