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Gnuplot: some useful command

What this blog is about: learning the usage of gnuplot

  • plot some specific lines

plot “<(sed -n ‘1000,2000p’ data.txt)” using 1:2 with lines


Basic Gnuplot for 1D plots

Here are some examples to illustrate the 1D plots you can do really simply with Gnuplot.

First, a little bit of scenery :

set xrange [-5:5]
set yrange [-3.5:2.5]
set xlabel 'time'
set ylabel 'signal'
set key left Left
Pi = 3.14159
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Slingshots, collisions, mergers – you see it all. 191 more words


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