Visit Our UNIX and Linux User Community

Top Forums UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers Gnuplot 4.6 : problem with my X axis Post 303045998 by Neo on Tuesday 21st of April 2020 09:54:26 AM
Old 04-21-2020
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tim2424
Can you tell me why, on the x axe, the values are displayed "Two by two" : 2020-04, 2020-06, 2020-08, 2020-10, 2020-12, 2020-14, 2020-16, 2020-18, 2020-20... While I want 2020-04, 2020-05, 2020-07, 2020-08, 2020-09, 2020-10, 2020-11 ,2020-12 ....
Because Gnuplot is setting the labels on the axis based on the width of the chart.
 
Test Your Knowledge in Computers #149
Difficulty: Easy
In a 1999, Dennis Ritchie stated that Linux and the BSD operating systems were a continuation of the basis of the Unix design approach and were Unix derivatives.
True or False?

9 More Discussions You Might Find Interesting

1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

Help with gnuplot

Hi, I am a beginner using UNIX, and was wondering how to use gnuplot from UNIX on my pc. I am connected remotely to my work's UNIX server using Secure Shell Client, and gnuplot won't open a new window when I use the plot command. How do I do this? Moreover, is it possible to save things from the... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: KTTFB64
0 Replies

2. AIX

Add printer connected to a axis printserver

Hi guys, I have a AIX 4.3 system, and I need to configure a printer, but that printer it's connected to a axis print server. I have lot of years working with unix, but never added a printer in a AIX system. I need to add using "remote print queue", and add the hostname and ip to the /etc/hosts?... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: uadm26
2 Replies

3. OS X (Apple)

Adjust X & Y screen axis

I'm using my wife's Macbook, and I just noticed that her screen is off axis, but I can't find a way to adjust it. I've tried playing around with resolution in preferences, but nothing. Maybe a terminal command for adjusting the x and y values of the screen? Any and all suggestions welcomed :) (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: andou
2 Replies

4. UNIX and Linux Applications

GNUplot

Hi, I am trying to make a plot of an ASCII file using GNUplot, but I keep getting error msg: for example plot filename.txt It says that (.txt ) is not identified ... I tried to write it without the .txt part, but I also get the error msg. Any idea why? :confused: (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: cosmologist
1 Replies

5. Shell Programming and Scripting

xargs and gnuplot

Hi All, Seems I have an xargs stdin problem that I don't understand. I have a script (call it myscript.sh) that takes the names of one or more file(s) specified on the command line and creates a single gnuplot command file containing multiple records, one for each specified file. Each of... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: paulianna2002
9 Replies

6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

GNUPLOT problem

Hi, Im trying to plot a time series with gnuplot. this is my script set xdata time set yrange set timefmt "%H" set xrange set format x "%H:%M:%S" plot "time_vs_times.txt" using 1:2 title 'Interarrival time' with points lw 2 and this is my data 11:14:18 5 11:14:19 10... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: jamie_123
10 Replies

7. Shell Programming and Scripting

Transposing X and Y axis of CSV data

Hello list, I have a source CSV data file as follows: PC_NAME,MS11-040,MS11-039,MS11-038,MS11-035 abc123,Not Applicable,Not Applicable,Not Applicable,Not Applicable abc987,Not Applicable,Not Applicable,Not Applicable,Not Applicable tnt999,Not Applicable,Not Applicable,Applicable,Not... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: landossa
2 Replies

8. Shell Programming and Scripting

Problem creating graph with gnuplot with time on x-axis

Let me start by saying I'm new to gnuplot and not very good at unix at all.. Anyway, I'm each minute measuring temperature and humidity and saves the last 60 readings along with time in a textfile, values_minute. The contents of the file is formatted like this: time temperature humidity ... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: hakro807
8 Replies

9. Shell Programming and Scripting

Gnuplot 3d binning

Hello I have a text file with tens of thousands of rows The format is x y where both x and y can be anything between -100 and +100. What I would like to do is have a 3d gnuplot where there are 10,000 squared or bins and each bin will count how many rows have a value that would be... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: garethsays
1 Replies
PYXPLOT(1)						      General Commands Manual							PYXPLOT(1)

NAME
pyxplot - a commandline data processing, graph plotting, and vector graphics suite. SYNOPSIS
pyxplot [file ...] DESCRIPTION
PyXPlot is a multi-purpose command-line tool for performing simple data processing and for producing graphs and vector graphics. The cen- tral philosophy of PyXPlot's interface is that common tasks -- for example, plotting labelled graphs of data -- should be accessible via short, simple and intuitive commands which require minimal typing to produce a first draft result. At the same time, these commands also take a sufficient range of optional arguments and settings to allow these figures to be subsequently fine-tuned into a wide range of dif- ferent styles, appropriate for inclusion in reports, talks or academic journals. As well as being a graph-plotting package, PyXPlot also has facilities for fitting mathematical functions to data, for numerically solving simple systems of equations, and for converting datafiles between different formats. Its mathematical environment can interpolate datasets, integrate and differentiate them, and take Fourier transforms. PyXPlot's ability to keep track of the physical units in which data are expressed, and to convert data between different units of measurement, mean that it can be used as a powerful desktop calculator. PyXPlot's interface bears some striking similarities to that of Gnuplot. Specifically, the commands used for plotting simple graphs in the two programs are virtually identical, though the syntax used for more advanced plotting often differs and PyXPlot's mathematical environ- ment is hugely extended over that of Gnuplot. This means that Gnuplot users will have a head start with PyXPlot: simple Gnuplot scripts will often run in PyXPlot with minimal modification. A number of examples of the graphical output which PyXPlot can produce may be found on the PyXPlot website: <http://www.pyxplot.org.uk/>. Full documentation can be found in: /usr/share/doc/pyxplot/pyxplot.pdf COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
-h, --help: Display this help. -v, --version: Display version number. -q, --quiet: Turn off initial welcome message. -V, --verbose: Turn on initial welcome message. -c, --colour: Use coloured highlighting of output. -m, --monochrome: Turn off coloured highlighting. AUTHORS
Dominic Ford, Ross Church and Zoltan Voros <coders@pyxplot.org.uk> CREDITS
Thanks to Dave Ansell, Rachel Holdforth, Stuart Prescott, Michael Rutter and Matthew Smith, all of whom have made substantial contributions to the development of PyXPlot. SEE ALSO
pyxplot_watch(1),gnuplot(1) PYXPLOT(1)

Featured Tech Videos

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 12:51 AM.
Unix & Linux Forums Content Copyright 1993-2020. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy