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This post is part of a series on Gnuplot, see the previous post Plotting Compound Graphs using Gnuplot

These commands make gnuplotting easy:

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Plotting Compound Graphs using Gnuplot

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. 295 more words

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Introduction to Gnuplot (Part II)

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.  238 more words

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Introduction to Gnuplot

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. 198 more words

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gnuplot adventures

gnuplot (http://www.gnuplot.info/) is one of those graphing tools one will eventually try if woking in *nix environments and have a need to produce some graphs/charts. 252 more words

Optical pulse monitor software

I have previously written several posts about doing an optical pulse monitor as a lab exercise in the applied electronics course or as a project in the freshman design seminar. 295 more words

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Gnuplot: Font

set term postscript eps enhanced color "Times-Roman, 32" in .gnu file

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