This post is going to be a short one. I would only like to announce that most of the material presented here is collected in a more orderly fashion on my web page .

Comments should still be posted here.

Cheers!

## Tuesday, 15 September 2009

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Hi!

ReplyDeleteI started using gnuplot a couple of months ago and it is impressive the things that you can do with it!

Can you make 3D polar graphs?

Thanks,

Phinx (Brazil)

Hi Phinx,

ReplyDeleteI don't quite know what you mean by a 3D polar graph. If you gave an example (a link to an graph that you have in mind), I would try my hand at it.

Cheers,

Zoltán

Hi Gnuplotter,

ReplyDeletegreat blog! I'm currently trying to create some nice fancy histograms with gnuplot which should look like the ones from M$ Office. (I've to admit i really like their look *sighs*)

It'd be really cool if you write me back at alexander.krause@erazor-zone.de

Thanks a lot :-)

Hi,

ReplyDeleteCAn anyone help me out how to plot 2d contour mesh using block data.It is 2d x/y data in blokc format. first x data block , then y data block. I tried with some sample demo like x**3*y**2 func and it plots perfect. Now I hve to plot my data file.

Pls help me out the script.

I tried with xmgrace. I dont hve matlab.

Thanks in advance

if you can help me then email me dutta_ruma@yahoo.com

Hi Gnuplotter,

ReplyDeleteyou can see some examples in:

http://www.seriesmathstudy.com/polargraph.htm

thanks!

@Phinx: check out http://t16web.lanl.gov/Kawano/gnuplot/parametric-e.html

ReplyDeleteIn short do "set parametric; r(t)=5; plot [t=0:2pi] r(t)*cos(t),r(t)*sin(t)" to draw a circle of radius 5

...and why the hell can't I paste into this text box :@

Hi,

ReplyDeleteWhat version of gnuplot supports these plots?

Hi,

ReplyDeleteSomehow gnuplot 4.4.2 is not recognizing 'png' termninal. And when I use your sample script for phonged histograms, it just pops up a white display which disappears in a moment. Any help on this?

Hi Devesh,

ReplyDeleteEverything here should work with gnuplot 4.4, and most of it should even work with version 4.2. I am afraid, I can't really comment on the problem that you mentioned above. I have never encountered anything like this.

I am sorry I couldn't help more.

Cheers,

Zoltán