I know that a lot of you are busy working on the 4.0 stuff, been
watching... But I had a question. I am trying to fit a diode circuit
to some data. Simple circuit but here is the code that I am trying to
f(x, Ia) = I*(exp( (e*(x-Rth*Ia))/(k*T) )-1)
I = -2.5E-5
fit f(x,y) '742_743' using (-1*($5-$7)):(-1E-6*(($4+$6)/2)) via I
So, the question is, I want to solve for the diode current but I need to
know the current to see how much voltage is lost in the resister. Is
Can someone help me with this problem.
I was trying to plot a graph with x axis range [1:6000] onto a PS
(postscript) output file and tried to open the output file using ghostview.
But the plot is out of range.
Is there a way in Gnuplot where I can plot such a big graph and view the
Sushma Samala wrote:
> I was trying to plot a graph with x axis range [1:6000] onto a PS
> (postscript) output file and tried to open the output file using
> But the plot is out of range.
What makes you say that? What exactly was out of which range?
The xrange has quite exactly nothing to do with the physical or other
size of the output.
And, just in case: what version of gnuplot, on what OS, are you talking
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