Somebody answered this question a while back. If your
running on a unix (or linux) machine then you can do
it using shell script - the command was something
similar to 'cat' or something?
Essentially you combine the files using unix shell
commands (or someother package, like excel, if your on
a windows box) and plot the combined data - but
gnuplot (as I understand it) doesn't plot data from
two files on its own.
> I have some problems I was yet unable to solve
> -Suppose I have some values in a file "x.txt" and
> the same number of values in another file "y.txt".
> How can I get gnuplot to plot the x's against the
> -Suppose I want to make a delay embedding, i.e.
> plot x values against former x values;
> I want each x(i) to be plotted against x(i-d),
> where d is the delay.
> How's it done?
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