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From: janjust <tjanjusic@un...>  20120621 19:55:03

Hello everyone, I'm trying to generate a rowstacked histogram for various data points My data snippet looks like this: 1 #Gnuplot data 2 Range Global Heap Stack Unidentified Total 3 9999 4258 0 5740 0 10000 4 19999 3236 0 6764 0 10000 5 29999 3356 0 6644 0 10000 6 39999 3261 0 6739 0 10000 7 49999 3291 0 6709 0 10000 8 59999 3148 0 6852 0 10000 9 69999 3292 0 6708 0 10000 and my script is attached, but the key line is below: 30 i = 5 31 plot 'mydata.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):xtic(1) t column(2), \ 32 for [i=3:5] 'mydata_mibench_jpeg.dat' using (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title column(i) The problem I'm getting is that I don't want every xtic to be printed. I have thousands of lines and ideally I want to print only every X^{th} line. I found this https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/comp.graphics.apps.gnuplot/M_ldKLSFXwg page , but when i try to use something similar I get an error. So to recap: I would like to print column 1 as my xtic but I want to print only every X^{th} xtic. Does anybody know how to achieve this? Regards, Tommy  View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/gnuplothistogramxtic%281%29tp34050807p34050807.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20120623 18:31:14

use the datafile linenumber ($0 or column(1)) modulo the stepsize (here: 5) and test if it's zero: plot 'mydata.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):xtic(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), ... janjust wrote: > > Hello everyone, > I'm trying to generate a rowstacked histogram for various data points > My data snippet looks like this: > > 1 #Gnuplot data > 2 Range Global Heap Stack Unidentified Total > 3 9999 4258 0 5740 0 10000 > 4 19999 3236 0 6764 0 10000 > 5 29999 3356 0 6644 0 10000 > 6 39999 3261 0 6739 0 10000 > 7 49999 3291 0 6709 0 10000 > 8 59999 3148 0 6852 0 10000 > 9 69999 3292 0 6708 0 10000 > > and my script is attached, but the key line is below: > 30 i = 5 > 31 plot 'mydata.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):xtic(1) t column(2), \ > 32 for [i=3:5] 'mydata_mibench_jpeg.dat' using > (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title column(i) > > The problem I'm getting is that I don't want every xtic to be printed. I > have thousands of lines and ideally I want to print only every X^{th} > line. > > I found this > https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/comp.graphics.apps.gnuplot/M_ldKLSFXwg > page , but when i try to use something similar I get an error. > > So to recap: I would like to print column 1 as my xtic but I want to print > only every X^{th} xtic. > > Does anybody know how to achieve this? > Regards, > Tommy > >  View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/gnuplothistogramxtic%281%29tp34050807p34059798.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: janjust <tjanjusic@un...>  20120625 14:51:38

Hi Thomas, thank you for your suggestion but when I try that it aborts with the following error: plot 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), for [i=3:5] 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title column(i) ^ "plot.gpi", line 34: Too many columns in using specification my original line looked like this: 32 i = 5 33 plot 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), \ 34 for [i=3:5] 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title column(i) Any ideas? On a slightly unrelated note: my posts still show as pending, 3 days later... but I'm registered and can't tell that I have any formatting errors. Thoughts? Thank you for your help! Tommy Thomas Sefzick wrote: > > use the datafile linenumber ($0 or column(0)) modulo the > stepsize (here: 5) and test if it's zero: > > plot 'mydata.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):xtic(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") > t column(2), ... > > > janjust wrote: >> >> Hello everyone, >> I'm trying to generate a rowstacked histogram for various data points >> My data snippet looks like this: >> >> 1 #Gnuplot data >> 2 Range Global Heap Stack Unidentified Total >> 3 9999 4258 0 5740 0 10000 >> 4 19999 3236 0 6764 0 10000 >> 5 29999 3356 0 6644 0 10000 >> 6 39999 3261 0 6739 0 10000 >> 7 49999 3291 0 6709 0 10000 >> 8 59999 3148 0 6852 0 10000 >> 9 69999 3292 0 6708 0 10000 >> >> and my script is attached, but the key line is below: >> 30 i = 5 >> 31 plot 'mydata.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):xtic(1) t column(2), \ >> 32 for [i=3:5] 'mydata_mibench_jpeg.dat' using >> (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title column(i) >> >> The problem I'm getting is that I don't want every xtic to be printed. I >> have thousands of lines and ideally I want to print only every X^{th} >> line. >> >> I found this >> https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/comp.graphics.apps.gnuplot/M_ldKLSFXwg >> page , but when i try to use something similar I get an error. >> >> So to recap: I would like to print column 1 as my xtic but I want to >> print only every X^{th} xtic. >> >> Does anybody know how to achieve this? >> Regards, >> Tommy >> >> > >  View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/gnuplothistogramxtic%281%29tp34050807p34067106.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...>  20120625 15:04:06

you forgot 'xtic': plot 'mydata.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):xtic(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), ... janjust wrote: > > Hi Thomas, thank you for your suggestion but when I try that it aborts > with the following error: > > plot 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using > (100.*$2/$6):(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), for [i=3:5] > 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title > column(i) > > ^ > "plot.gpi", line 34: Too many columns in using specification > > my original line looked like this: > 32 i = 5 > 33 plot 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using > (100.*$2/$6):(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), \ > 34 for [i=3:5] 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using > (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title column(i) > > Any ideas? > > On a slightly unrelated note: my posts still show as pending, 3 days > later... but I'm registered and can't tell that I have any formatting > errors. Thoughts? > > Thank you for your help! > Tommy > > > Thomas Sefzick wrote: >> >> use the datafile linenumber ($0 or column(0)) modulo the >> stepsize (here: 5) and test if it's zero: >> >> plot 'mydata.dat' using >> (100.*$2/$6):xtic(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), ... >> >> >> janjust wrote: >>> >>> Hello everyone, >>> I'm trying to generate a rowstacked histogram for various data >>> points >>> My data snippet looks like this: >>> >>> 1 #Gnuplot data >>> 2 Range Global Heap Stack Unidentified Total >>> 3 9999 4258 0 5740 0 10000 >>> 4 19999 3236 0 6764 0 10000 >>> 5 29999 3356 0 6644 0 10000 >>> 6 39999 3261 0 6739 0 10000 >>> 7 49999 3291 0 6709 0 10000 >>> 8 59999 3148 0 6852 0 10000 >>> 9 69999 3292 0 6708 0 10000 >>> >>> and my script is attached, but the key line is below: >>> 30 i = 5 >>> 31 plot 'mydata.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):xtic(1) t column(2), \ >>> 32 for [i=3:5] 'mydata_mibench_jpeg.dat' using >>> (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title column(i) >>> >>> The problem I'm getting is that I don't want every xtic to be printed. I >>> have thousands of lines and ideally I want to print only every X^{th} >>> line. >>> >>> I found this >>> https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/comp.graphics.apps.gnuplot/M_ldKLSFXwg >>> page , but when i try to use something similar I get an error. >>> >>> So to recap: I would like to print column 1 as my xtic but I want to >>> print only every X^{th} xtic. >>> >>> Does anybody know how to achieve this? >>> Regards, >>> Tommy >>> >>> >> >> >  View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/gnuplothistogramxtic%281%29tp34050807p34067210.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: janjust <tjanjusic@un...>  20120625 15:10:51

oh! of course :/ This works perfectly, thank you! Thomas Sefzick wrote: > > you forgot 'xtic': > > plot 'mydata.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):xtic(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") > t column(2), ... > > > janjust wrote: >> >> Hi Thomas, thank you for your suggestion but when I try that it aborts >> with the following error: >> >> plot 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using >> (100.*$2/$6):(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), for [i=3:5] >> 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title >> column(i) >> >> ^ >> "plot.gpi", line 34: Too many columns in using specification >> >> my original line looked like this: >> 32 i = 5 >> 33 plot 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using >> (100.*$2/$6):(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), \ >> 34 for [i=3:5] 'mydata_mibench_CRC32.dat' using >> (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title column(i) >> >> Any ideas? >> >> On a slightly unrelated note: my posts still show as pending, 3 days >> later... but I'm registered and can't tell that I have any formatting >> errors. Thoughts? >> >> Thank you for your help! >> Tommy >> >> >> Thomas Sefzick wrote: >>> >>> use the datafile linenumber ($0 or column(0)) modulo the >>> stepsize (here: 5) and test if it's zero: >>> >>> plot 'mydata.dat' using >>> (100.*$2/$6):xtic(int($0)%5==0?stringcolumn(1):"") t column(2), ... >>> >>> >>> janjust wrote: >>>> >>>> Hello everyone, >>>> I'm trying to generate a rowstacked histogram for various data >>>> points >>>> My data snippet looks like this: >>>> >>>> 1 #Gnuplot data >>>> 2 Range Global Heap Stack Unidentified Total >>>> 3 9999 4258 0 5740 0 10000 >>>> 4 19999 3236 0 6764 0 10000 >>>> 5 29999 3356 0 6644 0 10000 >>>> 6 39999 3261 0 6739 0 10000 >>>> 7 49999 3291 0 6709 0 10000 >>>> 8 59999 3148 0 6852 0 10000 >>>> 9 69999 3292 0 6708 0 10000 >>>> >>>> and my script is attached, but the key line is below: >>>> 30 i = 5 >>>> 31 plot 'mydata.dat' using (100.*$2/$6):xtic(1) t column(2), \ >>>> 32 for [i=3:5] 'mydata_mibench_jpeg.dat' using >>>> (100.*column(i)/column(6)) title column(i) >>>> >>>> The problem I'm getting is that I don't want every xtic to be printed. >>>> I have thousands of lines and ideally I want to print only every X^{th} >>>> line. >>>> >>>> I found this >>>> https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/comp.graphics.apps.gnuplot/M_ldKLSFXwg >>>> page , but when i try to use something similar I get an error. >>>> >>>> So to recap: I would like to print column 1 as my xtic but I want to >>>> print only every X^{th} xtic. >>>> >>>> Does anybody know how to achieve this? >>>> Regards, >>>> Tommy >>>> >>>> >>> >>> >> > >  View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/gnuplothistogramxtic%281%29tp34050807p34067259.html Sent from the Gnuplot  User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
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