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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

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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

Arduino

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

Miscellaneous

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

Miscellaneous