Dear listmembers,
recently I have been experimenting with "set style fill <something>.
Given I have three files A,B and C, each of them consisting of columns as=20
follows:
A:
x1 f11(x1) f21(x1)
x2 f11(x2) f21(x2)
*
*
B:
x1 f12(x1) f22(x1)
x2 f12(x2) f22(x2)
*
*
and, consequently C
C:
x1 f13(x1) f23(x1)
x2 f13(x2) f23(x2)
*
*
I can create a plot by saying:
set style data lines
plot 'A' u 1:2:3 w filledcu,\
'B' u 1:2:3 w filledcu,\
'C' w 1:2:3 w filledcu
now my question: is there any means to make gnuplot fill all three areas wi=
th=20
the same shading and a userdefinable colour? I only saw the hint that the=
=20
fill colour and type is changed from plot to plot, this is not what I would=
=20
like to realize.
Many thanks in advance,
take care
Dieter Jurzitza
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