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From: michael bane <michael.bane@ma...>  20110420 16:40:32

aha, that's so close! is there any intrinsic for Gnuplot to subtract times (it knows the format...)? ta, M On 20 Apr 2011, at 17:23, Amir Sabbagh wrote: > Hi Michael, if you could convert the time format in seconds you could try > > set format x "%H:%M:%S" > plot "date.txt" using 2:1:($3$2):(0) with vectors nohead > > I know is not exactly what you asked, but this is my best suggestion > > Hope it helps > Amir > > > unfortunately gnuplot can't handle operations between dates as far I know. > > On 19 April 2011 10:46, michael bane <michael.bane@...> wrote: > I appreciate the part about using timefmt but not sure how to do the histograms from start to finish times (cols 2 and 3) > > > On 19 Apr 2011, at 07:49, Amir Sabbagh wrote: > >> Have you read at this? >> http://t16web.lanl.gov/Kawano/gnuplot/datetimee.html >> >> >> >> On 18 April 2011 22:56, michael bane <michael.bane@...> wrote: >> Let's say I have data of the form >> jobID startT endT >> and want a visual representation of running jobs, eg plotting a line >> from startT to endT for each jobID, how would I go about this? >> Example data: >> 15799 20:03:26 20:16:45 >> 15798 20:03:26 20:16:51 >> 15800 20:03:26 20:16:51 >> 15802 20:03:26 20:16:52 >> 15793 20:03:26 20:16:53 >> 15797 20:03:26 20:16:53 >> >> >> thanks, Michael >> >> >>  >> Benefiting from Server Virtualization: Beyond Initial Workload >> Consolidation  Increasing the use of server virtualization is a top >> priority.Virtualization can reduce costs, simplify management, and improve >> application availability and disaster protection. Learn more about boosting >> the value of server virtualization. http://p.sf.net/sfu/vmwaresfdev2dev >> _______________________________________________ >> gnuplotinfo mailing list >> gnuplotinfo@... >> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo >> >> >> >>  >> ************************************************************** >> Amir Sabbagh >> Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org >> ************************************************************** >> > > > > >  > ************************************************************** > Amir Sabbagh > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > ************************************************************** > 
From: Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@gm...>  20110420 16:24:19

Hi Michael, if you could convert the time format in seconds you could try set format x "%H:%M:%S" plot "date.txt" using 2:1:($3$2):(0) with vectors nohead I know is not exactly what you asked, but this is my best suggestion Hope it helps Amir unfortunately gnuplot can't handle operations between dates as far I know. On 19 April 2011 10:46, michael bane <michael.bane@...> wrote: > I appreciate the part about using timefmt but not sure how to do the > histograms from start to finish times (cols 2 and 3) > > > On 19 Apr 2011, at 07:49, Amir Sabbagh wrote: > > Have you read at this? > http://t16web.lanl.gov/Kawano/gnuplot/datetimee.html > > > > On 18 April 2011 22:56, michael bane <michael.bane@...>wrote: > >> Let's say I have data of the form >> jobID startT endT >> and want a visual representation of running jobs, eg plotting a line >> from startT to endT for each jobID, how would I go about this? >> Example data: >> 15799 20:03:26 20:16:45 >> 15798 20:03:26 20:16:51 >> 15800 20:03:26 20:16:51 >> 15802 20:03:26 20:16:52 >> 15793 20:03:26 20:16:53 >> 15797 20:03:26 20:16:53 >> >> >> thanks, Michael >> >> >> >>  >> Benefiting from Server Virtualization: Beyond Initial Workload >> Consolidation  Increasing the use of server virtualization is a top >> priority.Virtualization can reduce costs, simplify management, and improve >> application availability and disaster protection. Learn more about >> boosting >> the value of server virtualization. http://p.sf.net/sfu/vmwaresfdev2dev >> _______________________________________________ >> gnuplotinfo mailing list >> gnuplotinfo@... >> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo >> > > > >  > ************************************************************** > Amir Sabbagh > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > ************************************************************** > > >  ************************************************************** Amir Sabbagh Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org ************************************************************** 
From: Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@gm...>  20110420 15:35:47

Thank you so much Jody, tomorrow I'll try it. On 20 April 2011 17:22, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: > HI Amir > > if your plane equation is p*x + q*y +r*z + d = 0, > then two orthogonal vectors in your plane are for example a=(q, p, 0) > and b=(p*r, q*r, (p^2+q^2)) > Usually it is a good idea to scale those vectors to unit length > > Jody > > > On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 5:13 PM, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: > > Hi Amir > > > > To display the plane you have to find its parametric description, i.e. > > x = a1*u+b1*v+c1 > > y = a2*u+b2*v+c2 > > z = a3*u+b3*v+c3 > > > > in other words, you have to find two vectors a=(a1, a2, a3) and b=(b1, > b2, b3) > > spanning your plane, as well as the offset c=(c1,c2,c3) > > > > then you can plot your plane like that > > > > splot [u=5:5] [v=5:5] a1*u+b1*v+c1, a2*u+b2*v+c2, a3*u+b3*v+c3 > > > > simple example > > x = u > > y = v > > z = 3 > > > > the you plot it lie this: > > > > splot [u=5:5] [v=5:5] u, v, 3 > > > > Jody > > > > > > On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 4:22 PM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> > wrote: > >> Hi Jody, > >> thank you very much for the answer, it helped a lot. > >> is it possible to dispklay both the circle and the plane? > >> > >> On 20 April 2011 13:52, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: > >>> > >>> Hi Amir > >>> > >>> Yes. For patametric curves you first have to type > >>> > >>> set parametric > >>> > >>> next set your constants > >>> R=5 > >>> d=4 > >>> e=6 > >>> c=15 > >>> > >>> and then do the plotting (splot is for 3d plots) > >>> splot [t=0:2*pi] d+R*cos(t), e+R*sin(t),c > >>> > >>> Hope this helps > >>> Jody > >>> > >>> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> > wrote: > >>> > Thank you Jody for the tip. The problem with this option is that I > get a > >>> > "undefined variable: t" error when I try to splot it. > >>> > Maybe there is a workaround for this? > >>> > > >>> > Amir > >>> > > >>> > On 20 April 2011 12:00, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: > >>> >> > >>> >> Hi Amir > >>> >> > >>> >> You could try a parametric version of your circle: > >>> >> x = d+R*cos(t) > >>> >> y = e+R*sin(t) > >>> >> z = k > >>> >> > >>> >> This gives you a horizontal circle centered at (d,e,k) > >>> >> For a tilted circle you would have to apply rotations > >>> >> around the x and/or y axis. > >>> >> > >>> >> Jody > >>> >> > >>> >> > >>> >> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> > >>> >> wrote: > >>> >> > Hi you all, > >>> >> > > >>> >> > I am trying to plot a circle and a plane with splot. > >>> >> > > >>> >> > I would like to have a circle at a Z=const value. I have tryed > with > >>> >> > ternary > >>> >> > operation with no success. > >>> >> > > >>> >> > splot a*x+b*y+c title "Plane", \ > >>> >> > (xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2==0? ((xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2): 0/0 > >>> >> > with > >>> >> > title "Circle" > >>> >> > > >>> >> > Can someone enlight me? > >>> >> > > >>> >> > Thank you > >>> >> > Amir > >>> >> > > >>> >> > > >>> >> >  > >>> >> > ************************************************************** > >>> >> > Amir Sabbagh > >>> >> > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > >>> >> > ************************************************************** > >>> >> > > >>> >> > > >>> >> > >  > >>> >> > Benefiting from Server Virtualization: Beyond Initial Workload > >>> >> > Consolidation  Increasing the use of server virtualization is a > top > >>> >> > priority.Virtualization can reduce costs, simplify management, and > >>> >> > improve > >>> >> > application availability and disaster protection. Learn more about > >>> >> > boosting > >>> >> > the value of server virtualization. > >>> >> > http://p.sf.net/sfu/vmwaresfdev2dev > >>> >> > _______________________________________________ > >>> >> > gnuplotinfo mailing list > >>> >> > gnuplotinfo@... > >>> >> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo > >>> >> > > >>> > > >>> > > >>> > > >>> >  > >>> > ************************************************************** > >>> > Amir Sabbagh > >>> > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > >>> > ************************************************************** > >>> > > >>> > > >> > >> > >> > >>  > >> ************************************************************** > >> Amir Sabbagh > >> Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > >> ************************************************************** > >> > >> > > >  ************************************************************** Amir Sabbagh Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org ************************************************************** 
From: jody <jody.xha@gm...>  20110420 15:22:31

HI Amir if your plane equation is p*x + q*y +r*z + d = 0, then two orthogonal vectors in your plane are for example a=(q, p, 0) and b=(p*r, q*r, (p^2+q^2)) Usually it is a good idea to scale those vectors to unit length Jody On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 5:13 PM, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: > Hi Amir > > To display the plane you have to find its parametric description, i.e. > x = a1*u+b1*v+c1 > y = a2*u+b2*v+c2 > z = a3*u+b3*v+c3 > > in other words, you have to find two vectors a=(a1, a2, a3) and b=(b1, b2, b3) > spanning your plane, as well as the offset c=(c1,c2,c3) > > then you can plot your plane like that > > splot [u=5:5] [v=5:5] a1*u+b1*v+c1, a2*u+b2*v+c2, a3*u+b3*v+c3 > > simple example > x = u > y = v > z = 3 > > the you plot it lie this: > > splot [u=5:5] [v=5:5] u, v, 3 > > Jody > > > On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 4:22 PM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> wrote: >> Hi Jody, >> thank you very much for the answer, it helped a lot. >> is it possible to dispklay both the circle and the plane? >> >> On 20 April 2011 13:52, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: >>> >>> Hi Amir >>> >>> Yes. For patametric curves you first have to type >>> >>> set parametric >>> >>> next set your constants >>> R=5 >>> d=4 >>> e=6 >>> c=15 >>> >>> and then do the plotting (splot is for 3d plots) >>> splot [t=0:2*pi] d+R*cos(t), e+R*sin(t),c >>> >>> Hope this helps >>> Jody >>> >>> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> wrote: >>> > Thank you Jody for the tip. The problem with this option is that I get a >>> > "undefined variable: t" error when I try to splot it. >>> > Maybe there is a workaround for this? >>> > >>> > Amir >>> > >>> > On 20 April 2011 12:00, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: >>> >> >>> >> Hi Amir >>> >> >>> >> You could try a parametric version of your circle: >>> >> x = d+R*cos(t) >>> >> y = e+R*sin(t) >>> >> z = k >>> >> >>> >> This gives you a horizontal circle centered at (d,e,k) >>> >> For a tilted circle you would have to apply rotations >>> >> around the x and/or y axis. >>> >> >>> >> Jody >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> >>> >> wrote: >>> >> > Hi you all, >>> >> > >>> >> > I am trying to plot a circle and a plane with splot. >>> >> > >>> >> > I would like to have a circle at a Z=const value. I have tryed with >>> >> > ternary >>> >> > operation with no success. >>> >> > >>> >> > splot a*x+b*y+c title "Plane", \ >>> >> > (xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2==0? ((xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2): 0/0 >>> >> > with >>> >> > title "Circle" >>> >> > >>> >> > Can someone enlight me? >>> >> > >>> >> > Thank you >>> >> > Amir >>> >> > >>> >> > >>> >> >  >>> >> > ************************************************************** >>> >> > Amir Sabbagh >>> >> > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org >>> >> > ************************************************************** >>> >> > >>> >> > >>> >> >  >>> >> > Benefiting from Server Virtualization: Beyond Initial Workload >>> >> > Consolidation  Increasing the use of server virtualization is a top >>> >> > priority.Virtualization can reduce costs, simplify management, and >>> >> > improve >>> >> > application availability and disaster protection. Learn more about >>> >> > boosting >>> >> > the value of server virtualization. >>> >> > http://p.sf.net/sfu/vmwaresfdev2dev >>> >> > _______________________________________________ >>> >> > gnuplotinfo mailing list >>> >> > gnuplotinfo@... >>> >> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo >>> >> > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> >  >>> > ************************************************************** >>> > Amir Sabbagh >>> > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org >>> > ************************************************************** >>> > >>> > >> >> >> >>  >> ************************************************************** >> Amir Sabbagh >> Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org >> ************************************************************** >> >> > 
From: jody <jody.xha@gm...>  20110420 15:13:56

Hi Amir To display the plane you have to find its parametric description, i.e. x = a1*u+b1*v+c1 y = a2*u+b2*v+c2 z = a3*u+b3*v+c3 in other words, you have to find two vectors a=(a1, a2, a3) and b=(b1, b2, b3) spanning your plane, as well as the offset c=(c1,c2,c3) then you can plot your plane like that splot [u=5:5] [v=5:5] a1*u+b1*v+c1, a2*u+b2*v+c2, a3*u+b3*v+c3 simple example x = u y = v z = 3 the you plot it lie this: splot [u=5:5] [v=5:5] u, v, 3 Jody On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 4:22 PM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> wrote: > Hi Jody, > thank you very much for the answer, it helped a lot. > is it possible to dispklay both the circle and the plane? > > On 20 April 2011 13:52, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: >> >> Hi Amir >> >> Yes. For patametric curves you first have to type >> >> set parametric >> >> next set your constants >> R=5 >> d=4 >> e=6 >> c=15 >> >> and then do the plotting (splot is for 3d plots) >> splot [t=0:2*pi] d+R*cos(t), e+R*sin(t),c >> >> Hope this helps >> Jody >> >> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> wrote: >> > Thank you Jody for the tip. The problem with this option is that I get a >> > "undefined variable: t" error when I try to splot it. >> > Maybe there is a workaround for this? >> > >> > Amir >> > >> > On 20 April 2011 12:00, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: >> >> >> >> Hi Amir >> >> >> >> You could try a parametric version of your circle: >> >> x = d+R*cos(t) >> >> y = e+R*sin(t) >> >> z = k >> >> >> >> This gives you a horizontal circle centered at (d,e,k) >> >> For a tilted circle you would have to apply rotations >> >> around the x and/or y axis. >> >> >> >> Jody >> >> >> >> >> >> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> >> >> wrote: >> >> > Hi you all, >> >> > >> >> > I am trying to plot a circle and a plane with splot. >> >> > >> >> > I would like to have a circle at a Z=const value. I have tryed with >> >> > ternary >> >> > operation with no success. >> >> > >> >> > splot a*x+b*y+c title "Plane", \ >> >> > (xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2==0? ((xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2): 0/0 >> >> > with >> >> > title "Circle" >> >> > >> >> > Can someone enlight me? >> >> > >> >> > Thank you >> >> > Amir >> >> > >> >> > >> >> >  >> >> > ************************************************************** >> >> > Amir Sabbagh >> >> > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org >> >> > ************************************************************** >> >> > >> >> > >> >> >  >> >> > Benefiting from Server Virtualization: Beyond Initial Workload >> >> > Consolidation  Increasing the use of server virtualization is a top >> >> > priority.Virtualization can reduce costs, simplify management, and >> >> > improve >> >> > application availability and disaster protection. Learn more about >> >> > boosting >> >> > the value of server virtualization. >> >> > http://p.sf.net/sfu/vmwaresfdev2dev >> >> > _______________________________________________ >> >> > gnuplotinfo mailing list >> >> > gnuplotinfo@... >> >> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo >> >> > >> > >> > >> > >> >  >> > ************************************************************** >> > Amir Sabbagh >> > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org >> > ************************************************************** >> > >> > > > > >  > ************************************************************** > Amir Sabbagh > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > ************************************************************** > > 
From: Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@gm...>  20110420 14:22:39

Hi Jody, thank you very much for the answer, it helped a lot. is it possible to dispklay both the circle and the plane? On 20 April 2011 13:52, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: > Hi Amir > > Yes. For patametric curves you first have to type > > set parametric > > next set your constants > R=5 > d=4 > e=6 > c=15 > > and then do the plotting (splot is for 3d plots) > splot [t=0:2*pi] d+R*cos(t), e+R*sin(t),c > > Hope this helps > Jody > > On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> wrote: > > Thank you Jody for the tip. The problem with this option is that I get a > > "undefined variable: t" error when I try to splot it. > > Maybe there is a workaround for this? > > > > Amir > > > > On 20 April 2011 12:00, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: > >> > >> Hi Amir > >> > >> You could try a parametric version of your circle: > >> x = d+R*cos(t) > >> y = e+R*sin(t) > >> z = k > >> > >> This gives you a horizontal circle centered at (d,e,k) > >> For a tilted circle you would have to apply rotations > >> around the x and/or y axis. > >> > >> Jody > >> > >> > >> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> > wrote: > >> > Hi you all, > >> > > >> > I am trying to plot a circle and a plane with splot. > >> > > >> > I would like to have a circle at a Z=const value. I have tryed with > >> > ternary > >> > operation with no success. > >> > > >> > splot a*x+b*y+c title "Plane", \ > >> > (xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2==0? ((xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2): 0/0 > with > >> > title "Circle" > >> > > >> > Can someone enlight me? > >> > > >> > Thank you > >> > Amir > >> > > >> > > >> >  > >> > ************************************************************** > >> > Amir Sabbagh > >> > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > >> > ************************************************************** > >> > > >> > >  > >> > Benefiting from Server Virtualization: Beyond Initial Workload > >> > Consolidation  Increasing the use of server virtualization is a top > >> > priority.Virtualization can reduce costs, simplify management, and > >> > improve > >> > application availability and disaster protection. Learn more about > >> > boosting > >> > the value of server virtualization. > http://p.sf.net/sfu/vmwaresfdev2dev > >> > _______________________________________________ > >> > gnuplotinfo mailing list > >> > gnuplotinfo@... > >> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo > >> > > > > > > > > >  > > ************************************************************** > > Amir Sabbagh > > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > > ************************************************************** > > > > >  ************************************************************** Amir Sabbagh Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org ************************************************************** 
From: jody <jody.xha@gm...>  20110420 11:52:18

Hi Amir Yes. For patametric curves you first have to type set parametric next set your constants R=5 d=4 e=6 c=15 and then do the plotting (splot is for 3d plots) splot [t=0:2*pi] d+R*cos(t), e+R*sin(t),c Hope this helps Jody On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> wrote: > Thank you Jody for the tip. The problem with this option is that I get a > "undefined variable: t" error when I try to splot it. > Maybe there is a workaround for this? > > Amir > > On 20 April 2011 12:00, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: >> >> Hi Amir >> >> You could try a parametric version of your circle: >> x = d+R*cos(t) >> y = e+R*sin(t) >> z = k >> >> This gives you a horizontal circle centered at (d,e,k) >> For a tilted circle you would have to apply rotations >> around the x and/or y axis. >> >> Jody >> >> >> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> wrote: >> > Hi you all, >> > >> > I am trying to plot a circle and a plane with splot. >> > >> > I would like to have a circle at a Z=const value. I have tryed with >> > ternary >> > operation with no success. >> > >> > splot a*x+b*y+c title "Plane", \ >> > (xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2==0? ((xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2): 0/0 with >> > title "Circle" >> > >> > Can someone enlight me? >> > >> > Thank you >> > Amir >> > >> > >> >  >> > ************************************************************** >> > Amir Sabbagh >> > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org >> > ************************************************************** >> > >> >  >> > Benefiting from Server Virtualization: Beyond Initial Workload >> > Consolidation  Increasing the use of server virtualization is a top >> > priority.Virtualization can reduce costs, simplify management, and >> > improve >> > application availability and disaster protection. Learn more about >> > boosting >> > the value of server virtualization. http://p.sf.net/sfu/vmwaresfdev2dev >> > _______________________________________________ >> > gnuplotinfo mailing list >> > gnuplotinfo@... >> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo >> > > > > >  > ************************************************************** > Amir Sabbagh > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > ************************************************************** > > 
From: Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@gm...>  20110420 10:28:49

Thank you Jody for the tip. The problem with this option is that I get a "undefined variable: t" error when I try to splot it. Maybe there is a workaround for this? Amir On 20 April 2011 12:00, jody <jody.xha@...> wrote: > Hi Amir > > You could try a parametric version of your circle: > x = d+R*cos(t) > y = e+R*sin(t) > z = k > > This gives you a horizontal circle centered at (d,e,k) > For a tilted circle you would have to apply rotations > around the x and/or y axis. > > Jody > > > On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> wrote: > > Hi you all, > > > > I am trying to plot a circle and a plane with splot. > > > > I would like to have a circle at a Z=const value. I have tryed with > ternary > > operation with no success. > > > > splot a*x+b*y+c title "Plane", \ > > (xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2==0? ((xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2): 0/0 with > > title "Circle" > > > > Can someone enlight me? > > > > Thank you > > Amir > > > > > >  > > ************************************************************** > > Amir Sabbagh > > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > > ************************************************************** > > >  > > Benefiting from Server Virtualization: Beyond Initial Workload > > Consolidation  Increasing the use of server virtualization is a top > > priority.Virtualization can reduce costs, simplify management, and > improve > > application availability and disaster protection. Learn more about > boosting > > the value of server virtualization. http://p.sf.net/sfu/vmwaresfdev2dev > > _______________________________________________ > > gnuplotinfo mailing list > > gnuplotinfo@... > > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo > > >  ************************************************************** Amir Sabbagh Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org ************************************************************** 
From: jody <jody.xha@gm...>  20110420 10:00:08

Hi Amir You could try a parametric version of your circle: x = d+R*cos(t) y = e+R*sin(t) z = k This gives you a horizontal circle centered at (d,e,k) For a tilted circle you would have to apply rotations around the x and/or y axis. Jody On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@...> wrote: > Hi you all, > > I am trying to plot a circle and a plane with splot. > > I would like to have a circle at a Z=const value. I have tryed with ternary > operation with no success. > > splot a*x+b*y+c title "Plane", \ > (xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2==0? ((xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2): 0/0 with > title "Circle" > > Can someone enlight me? > > Thank you > Amir > > >  > ************************************************************** > Amir Sabbagh > Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org > ************************************************************** >  > Benefiting from Server Virtualization: Beyond Initial Workload > Consolidation  Increasing the use of server virtualization is a top > priority.Virtualization can reduce costs, simplify management, and improve > application availability and disaster protection. Learn more about boosting > the value of server virtualization. http://p.sf.net/sfu/vmwaresfdev2dev > _______________________________________________ > gnuplotinfo mailing list > gnuplotinfo@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gnuplotinfo > 
From: Amir Sabbagh <amirsabb@gm...>  20110420 09:36:40

Hi you all, I am trying to plot a circle and a plane with splot. I would like to have a circle at a Z=const value. I have tryed with ternary operation with no success. splot a*x+b*y+c title "Plane", \ (xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2==0? ((xd)**2 + (ye)**2  R**2): 0/0 with title "Circle" Can someone enlight me? Thank you Amir  ************************************************************** Amir Sabbagh Il mio sito / My site: http://almucantarat.altervista.org ************************************************************** 