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Scripting with GnuPlot

Gnuplot is a powerful plotting utility that can be used along side bash to do some amazing things. Most people I know write a file for Gnuplot and simply “load” it into the file. 636 more words

Small Tutorial Series: gnuplot 01

I’m starting a tutorial series for gnuplot software. It will be a set of small posts focusing on usage of the software for different kinds of plotting. 87 more words


My mini Millennium

Imagine a set of 50 bodies, with random masses and positions. Now what happens if you turn on (newtonian) “Gravity”?

Slingshots, collisions, mergers – you see it all. 191 more words

Classical Mechanics

mini Arduino project

I am very interested in the capability of shell script and I have done some research on this topic. What I discovered so far is very rewarding. 718 more words


Plotting syslog events with Gnuplot

I posted about a syslog activity reporting script I wrote, it’s very useful as is but it could be improved by adding graphs to plot the timeline of each syslog event type. 304 more words


Graphing iperf3 results with Gnuplot

Sometimes a chart just has more impact than a raw diagnostic command output.

That’s when Gnuplot can help produce graphs in many different styles that are perfect for illustrating the occasional test report. 567 more words