> I played around with splot using and pseudocolumns 0, -1 and -2
> but that does not work.
So I guess you didn't find "help pseudocolumns" to find out how to write this:
splot '-' using (column(-1)/5.0):(($0-4*column(-1))/3.0):1 w lp
Hello,
i am using
splot "data.txt" w l
with a data file like this:
0.6340000E+03
0.5057355E+03
0.3973058E+03
0.3087108E+03
0.2399504E+03
0.1910248E+03
0.1619339E+03
0.1526777E+03
0.1632562E+03
0.5369752E+03
0.4153223E+03
0.3135041E+03
In this plot, the xaxis is from 0-3 , the yaxis from 0-2
so far so good.
No i want to scale the x and y axis.
Is there any possibility to do so?
I played around with splot using and pseudocolumns 0, -1 and -2
but that does not work.
Hans-Bernhard Broeker
2011-10-11
> I played around with splot using and pseudocolumns 0, -1 and -2
> but that does not work.
So I guess you didn't find "help pseudocolumns" to find out how to write this:
splot '-' using (column(-1)/5.0):(($0-4*column(-1))/3.0):1 w lp
Nobody/Anonymous
2011-10-12
The counter $0-4*column(-1) is o.k. but you need to know
that the data file holds 4 values in each bloc.
This can't be used in a general purpose script.
I finally found
# Physical Range of X and Y data
xmin = 10.
xmax = 20.
ymin = 40.
ymax = 60.
splot "fo1.txt" w l
ix = GPVAL_DATA_X_MAX # Workaround to find No. of grid data lines
iy = GPVAL_DATA_Y_MAX
# Scaling of x-and y-axis
splot "fo1.txt" using (xmin+( $0-(ix+1)*column(-1) )*(xmax-xmin)/ix ) : (ymin+column(-1)*(ymax-ymin)/iy):1 w l
Ethan Merritt
2012-02-07