From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...> - 2011-04-07 18:58:20
just multiply the x-values by 1.e6:
plot ... using (1.e6*$1):2 ...
> Hey there,
> I have a plot file that shows the voltage of a resistance throughout the
> time, starting at 0s and ending at 500 us. The problem is i have the time
> (x axis) in seconds, so each tic shows up with a lot of decimal places
> that i don't want, and you cant read anything because the numbers overlap
> each other. I'd like to know if there is a way to multiply the numbers in
> the x axis tics by a constant, in my case 1,000,000.
> I'm not sure if i'm being clear, so i'll exemplify. I have this:
> 0,00005 0,0001 0,00015 0,0002 0,00025
> And i want this:
> 50 100 150 200 250
> I've also tried to put them in the "%e" form, using the precision dot for
> it to show the least amount of decimal places possible for my resolution,
> but another problem comes up: the exponent has always 3 digits plus the
> sign (minus or plus) and there doesn't seem to be a way to change that. So
> numbers overlap each other anyway and it's starting to annoy me.
> I know i can just change the file manually or make the graphic bigger or
> change spacing between tics, and i'm surely going to do one of these, but
> i shouldn't need to resort to any of these options for such a simple
> problem, i mean, its just multiplying a bunch of numbers by 1,000,000.
> I appreciate in advance any help on the subject!
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