This post is part of a series on Gnuplot, see the previous post Plotting Compound Graphs using Gnuplot
These commands make gnuplotting easy:
- cd: Change working directory.
- clear: Erase current screen or device.
- exit or quit or q: Exit Gnuplot.
- pwd: Print working directory.
- replot: repeat last plot.
This post is part of a series on Gnuplot, see the previous post Introduction to Gnuplot (Part II) There are situations when you want to plot compound graphs. Compound graphs are needed to plot data files with multiple columns. In this post we use an example data file with columns. An x value (column #1),… Continue reading Plotting Compound Graphs using Gnuplot
This post is in continuation of the post Introduction to Gnuplot. Generally people want to plot data from a data file. This example uses a data file containing first 10 steps of Fibonacci series. So, on X-axis we have sequence numbers (n) and on Y-axis we have Fibonacci number that appear on that sequence number (e.g. Fibonacci number… Continue reading Introduction to Gnuplot (Part II)
Gnuplot is a command-line based utility for creating graphs. It runs on major operating system flavors including Windows, Linux and MacOS. It is free and open-source. It can create 2D and 3D graphs in various output formats including pdf, png, gif, jpeg, LaTeX, svg and even HTML5! But why use gnuplot when you can create graphs… Continue reading Introduction to Gnuplot