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From: Simone Fulle <Simone.F<ulle@we...>  20040617 21:20:49

hello, I'd like to use the short cut for "Angstrom". Does this exist? And is it possible to define the ylabel vertical? Thanks for your efforts and request Simone __________________________________________________________________ Zeigen Sie Emotionen mit der WEB.DE BildSMS! Das Bild ist gratis, Sie bezahlen nur den Versand. http://freemail.web.de/?mc=021196 
From: Stefcheto <stefka.tsintsarska@un...>  20050923 16:02:26

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, wie kann ich in gnuplot auf dem x( oder y, egal ) Achse scrt() schreiben, ich meine wie ein Text, nicht scrt() zu berechnen? Herzlcihe Gr=FCsse, stefka Dear madams and sirs, how can I write sqrt() on the x axis? Not to calculate the value of sqrt() but to write it as a text, the sign of sqrt() ? All the best, stefka Sch=F6nes Wochenende, have a nice weekend, stefka 
From: HansBernhard Broeker <broeker@ph...>  20050923 16:15:03

Stefcheto wrote: > auf dem x( oder y, egal ) Achse scrt() schreiben, > ich meine wie ein Text, nicht scrt() zu berechnen? [...] > how can I write sqrt() on the x axis? > Not to calculate the value of sqrt() but to > write it as a text, the sign of sqrt() ? Your question is a bit hard to parse, but you seem to be asking how to get the thing that looks roughly like this (use a fixedwidth font do see it) _______ / \/ into an axis label? Well, that depends on the terminal driver you're using. Some have this letter in their Symbol fonts (PostScript, e.g., does), some even allow you write a real math equation using properly formatted sqrt signs (like the TeX family of drivers, including pslatex and epslatex: set xlabel '$\sqrt{x^2+5}$' 
From: <frederic.luczak@in...>  20051005 14:05:07

> When typing 'help boxes' we get the following explanation (I only keep the > beginning) : > > "boxes > > The boxes style is only relevant to 2d plotting. It draws a box centered > about the given x coordinate from the x axis (not the graph border) to the > given y coordinate. The width of the box is obtained in one of three > ways. If it is a data plot and the data file has a third column, this will > be used to set the width of the box......" > > I am very interested in the boxwidth question, but don't understand > exactly the end (above in bold). We can put a coefficient in a third > column in order to reduce the width od boxes ? > > thank you again > 
From: HansBernhard Broeker <broeker@ph...>  20051005 16:02:09

Luczak Fr=E9d=E9ric wrote: >>I am very interested in the boxwidth question, but don't understand >>exactly the end (above in bold). We can put a coefficient in a third >>column in order to reduce the width od boxes ?=20 Not particularly to reduce it, but to determine it. Boxes can either be = made to touch each other automatically by gnuplot, or have a width which = you specify. This width specified by you can be a constant number, or=20 it can be taken from the data file, such that it can be different for box= =2E In a minimalistic example: set yrange [0:*] plot '' with boxes 10 1 2 20 2 5 30 3 1 e 
From: <frederic.luczak@in...>  20051007 09:16:39

> I hope that it is the last piece of advices I ask you to answer. > > I intend to plot a series with boxes (filled say in black color) with a > greylight background colour (I mean only inside the x and y axes). I use > postscript output. > Since it is not possible directly I use the following way to do it : > > > > plot 'myfile1' using 1:2 with boxes fs solid 0.1 noborder, \ > # that is plotting a fictitious series from min y1 to max y1 in light grey > color > ' myfile2 ' using 1:2 with boxes title border etc... > # that is the real series I want to plot > > the pb is that I would like the first boxes to be adjacent (for an > homogeneous grey) and the second ones with a space between boxes > (something like boxwidth 0.8 relative) > > How can I do to manage that ? 
From: HansBernhard Broeker <broeker@ph...>  20051007 10:47:40

Luczak Fr=E9d=E9ric wrote: >>the pb is that I would like the first boxes to be adjacent (for an >>homogeneous grey) and the second ones with a space between boxes >>(something like boxwidth 0.8 relative) >> >>How can I do to manage that ? =20 You can't. Box width is a global setting  its value can't be=20 selected differently for individual data sets. 
From: Hirenkumar Gajjar <hirengajjar02@go...>  20061205 16:01:28
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hi i am learning java programing i dont know how to plot gnuplot i have to do the following program i have completed up to second point now i have difficulty in plotting gnuplot from the data so please send me information about this "GNUPLOT" this is my question In the theory of telecommunication networks, the probability that a call offered to a group of *r* circuits finds that all *r* circuits are busy is given by Erlang's Loss Formula: r / r i a /  a E(r,a) =  / \  r! / / i! /  i=0 where *a* is the traffic offered. However, the recursive formula: 1 r 1  = 1 +   r = 1, 2, 3, ... E(r,a) a E(r1,a) with *E(0,a) = 1* offers a more efficient method of computing loss probabilities.  Write a Java program which takes the parameters *R* and *a* and calculates *E(r,a), r = 1, 2, ... R*. Use the recursive version of Erlang's loss formula. (45% of marks)  Extend your program (25% of marks) to take the parameters *R, A* and *L* be able to generate data for the functions *E(r,a), r = 1, 2, ... R* in the range 0 <= *a* <= *A* and 10*L* <= *E* <= 1. The horizontal *a*axis should have a linear scale. The vertical *E*axis can be linear but extra credit (5% of marks) will be given to those who wish to make the vertical axis have a logarithmic scale.  Use your program to generate data for R = 20, A = 12, L = 3  Write out the data into a file, and plot the file data using a spreadsheet program or graphing package such as gnuplot. thankin you Gajjar hiren 
From: limurphy <murphy.ac96g@g2...>  20080311 10:20:24

http://www.nabble.com/file/p15975854/bond_length.jpg i want to let the curves cover the curves behind, but as the plot showed, it didn't work. i tried to type set hidden3d set hidden but it failed. if anyone know how to let it work, please reply me. :)  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/gnuplottp15975854p15975854.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Dmitrij Jaworski <dmitrij.jaworski@gm...>  20110319 18:45:12

Hello. My name is Dmitry Jaworski, I am a student of physics at Warsaw University. I am currently engaged in processing of experimental data for my master's work. The dataprocessing program I use is gnuplot. I would like to ask you if it is possible, when fitting, to establish certain relationships between parameters. For example: for the fitting, I use a function f (x) = a + b * x and parameter 'a' must be > 3b (larger than 3b). I'll be very grateful for the help. Sincerely. D J 
From: HansBernhard Bröker <HBB<roeker@t...>  20110321 01:16:12

On 19.03.2011 19:44, Dmitrij Jaworski wrote: > The dataprocessing program I use is gnuplot. That may not be the right tool for the job. gnuplot is a plotting program, not a data processing engine. It does offer some data processing as an aid for the plotting work, but it's not supposed to replace an actual data management tool. > I would like to ask you if it is possible, when fitting, to establish > certain relationships between parameters. No. But you can redefine your parameters such that such relations are automatically taken care of. > For example: for the > fitting, I use a function f (x) = a + b * x and parameter 'a' must > be> 3b (larger than 3b). So fit f(x)= (a_internal**23b) + b * x then extract the actual a from sqrt(a_internal) I'll be very grateful for the help. > Sincerely. 