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From: paula lario <plario@gm...>  20070827 23:41:05

Hi All, I have been trying to use gnuplot to produce a stereoview image. Using multiplot I am able to plot the two 3D scatter plots side by side where one image is rotated by 5 degrees relative to eachother, effectively producing a stereoview figure. Although, this results in an image where the axes can be visualized in 3D all of the data is projected onto the XZplane. Has anyone else attemped to use gnuplot to produce stereoview figures? I guess that "set view" sets the length for projection of the data onto the xy plane, is there another way to do this so the data responds to the set view x rotation? Cheers, Paula 
From: vikesh <vikesh.rambaran@gm...>  20070827 11:15:26

hi I have a mulitplot (eg 4 graphs on an X11 terminal) Is it possible to use the mouse zoom functionality for a specific plot ? If not, what other options are there to plot multiple graphs and select a particular one for zooming ? I am using gnuplot 4.0 patchlevel 0 under ubuntu 6.06 (dapper) Thanx for any help Vicki  View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/mulitplotzoomtf4334680.html#a12345122 Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20070827 10:40:58

> gnuplot> load 'dosis_spz_fit.gpl' > No data to fit with the data and the script you provide i'm not able to reproduce your problem. i'm using gnuplot 4.0 and gnuplot 4.3. in both versions the fit converges after 10 iterations: http://www.nabble.com/file/p12344733/fit.log fit.log=20 http://www.nabble.com/file/p12344733/dosis.gif=20 lynx.abraxas wrote: >=20 > Thanks for your quick answer HansBernhard Br=C3=B6ker. >=20 > On 27/08/07 00:53:31, HansBernhard Br=C3=B6ker wrote: >> lynx.abraxas@... wrote: >> >> That's not exactly surprising. A FIT_LIMIT of 1e99 is preposterous. >=20 > I ended up there because gnuplot didn't react to any change. >=20 >> >> > I wonder if it is possible to >> >fit just a line in a single log plot? >> >> Not quite  because you don't fit to a plot. You fit to data, among >> other things, that means that "set log y" has no effect on fits. So you >> have to logarithmize the data yourself to get a similar effect: >> >> set log y >> fit log(a)b*x 'data' using 1:(log($2)) via a, b >> plot a*exp(b*x), 'data' >=20 > Well if I use: >=20 > set log y > fit log(a)b*x '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:(log($3)) via a, b > plot '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:3 t "C_2: 1" ls 1 with lp,= =20 > a * exp (x*b) >=20 > I get: > gnuplot> load 'dosis_spz_fit.gpl' > No data to fit >=20 > Are my yvalues too small for gnuplot log? >=20 > How comes it's so hard for gnuplot to do something that can be done = =20 > as a > simple line fit?Setting a and b by own calculations the line is clos= e > but > still so far off that I can fit a better line with my eyes. Is there a= =20 > way > to fit the line by hand interactivly by just rotating and > translating in > gnuplot or would I have to use inkscape for that? >=20 > Is there any way I can get a better auto fit? >=20 > Thanks > Lynx >=20 > __________________________________________________________________ >=20 > #set logscale y > set termoption enhanced > a=3D 5e8 > b=3D .7 > FIT_LIMIT =3D 1e9 > FIT_MAXITER =3D 0 > #f(x) =3D a * exp (x*b) > #fit f(x) '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:3 via a,b > set log y > fit log(a)b*x '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:(log($3)) via a, b > plot '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:3 t "C_2: 1" ls 1 with lp, a > * exp (x*b) >=20 > ________________________________________________________________________ >=20 > dosis.dat > #Spz diameter/nm I1/A I2/a I3/A I4/A > 1 400 2.6e8 6.6e9 1.8e9 1.8e10 > 2 350 1.8e8 4.5e9 1.2e9 1.3e10 > 3 300 1.3e8 3.3e9 8.5e10 9.1e11 > 4 210 6.1e9 1.7e9 4.3e10 4.9e11 > 5 140 2.6e9 6.8e10 1.8e10 0 > 6 95 1.4e9 4e10 1e10 0 > 7 52 6.3e10 1.8e10 5.2e11 0 > 8 34 2.4e10 7e11 0 0 > 9 18 9.1e11 3.3e11 0 0 > 10 12 5.2e11 0 0 0 > 11 9 3.8e11 0 0 0 >=20 >=20 >=20 >  > This SF.net email is sponsored by: Splunk Inc. > Still grepping through log files to find problems? Stop. > Now Search log events and configuration files using AJAX and a browser. > Download your FREE copy of Splunk now >> http://get.splunk.com/ > _______________________________________________ > Gnuplotinfo mailing list > Gnuplotinfo@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo >=20 >=20 =20 View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Howtofitalineinlo= gplotorhowtohelpconvergeexpbettertf4332385.html#a12344733 Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: <lynx.abraxas@fr...>  20070827 07:57:44

Thanks for your quick answer HansBernhard Bröker. On 27/08/07 00:53:31, HansBernhard Bröker wrote: > lynx.abraxas@... wrote: > > That's not exactly surprising. A FIT_LIMIT of 1e99 is preposterous. I ended up there because gnuplot didn't react to any change. > > > I wonder if it is possible to > >fit just a line in a single log plot? > > Not quite  because you don't fit to a plot. You fit to data, among > other things, that means that "set log y" has no effect on fits. So you > have to logarithmize the data yourself to get a similar effect: > > set log y > fit log(a)b*x 'data' using 1:(log($2)) via a, b > plot a*exp(b*x), 'data' Well if I use: set log y fit log(a)b*x '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:(log($3)) via a, b plot '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:3 t "C_2: 1" ls 1 with lp, a * exp (x*b) I get: gnuplot> load 'dosis_spz_fit.gpl' No data to fit Are my yvalues too small for gnuplot log? How comes it's so hard for gnuplot to do something that can be done as a simple line fit?Setting a and b by own calculations the line is close but still so far off that I can fit a better line with my eyes. Is there a way to fit the line by hand interactivly by just rotating and translating in gnuplot or would I have to use inkscape for that? Is there any way I can get a better auto fit? Thanks Lynx __________________________________________________________________ #set logscale y set termoption enhanced a= 5e8 b= .7 FIT_LIMIT = 1e9 FIT_MAXITER = 0 #f(x) = a * exp (x*b) #fit f(x) '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:3 via a,b set log y fit log(a)b*x '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:(log($3)) via a, b plot '< sed "s/ 0/ ?0/g" dosis.dat' using 1:3 t "C_2: 1" ls 1 with lp, a * exp (x*b) ________________________________________________________________________ dosis.dat #Spz diameter/nm I1/A I2/a I3/A I4/A 1 400 2.6e8 6.6e9 1.8e9 1.8e10 2 350 1.8e8 4.5e9 1.2e9 1.3e10 3 300 1.3e8 3.3e9 8.5e10 9.1e11 4 210 6.1e9 1.7e9 4.3e10 4.9e11 5 140 2.6e9 6.8e10 1.8e10 0 6 95 1.4e9 4e10 1e10 0 7 52 6.3e10 1.8e10 5.2e11 0 8 34 2.4e10 7e11 0 0 9 18 9.1e11 3.3e11 0 0 10 12 5.2e11 0 0 0 11 9 3.8e11 0 0 0 