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reply "nobody_" <spam spam.spam> writes:
Is there anything around to help me plot allot of data?
I couldn't really find anything.
Any advice is appreciated :) 
Jan 09 2007
parent reply Hasan Aljudy <hasan.aljudy gmail.com> writes:
I think there's a tool on linux called gplot? I'm not sure what its 
called, but it takes text input and plots it. I'm sure there must be 
other tools around that do a similar thing.
You can use your D program to output the text data and feet it to such 
tool which will plot it for you.

nobody_ wrote:
 Is there anything around to help me plot allot of data?
 I couldn't really find anything.
 Any advice is appreciated :) 
 
 

Jan 09 2007
parent reply gareis <dhasenan gmail.com> writes:
Hasan Aljudy wrote:
 I think there's a tool on linux called gplot? 

Gnuplot. It's rather simple (but not terribly easy) to use and has a very good help system. Just go to a terminal, type 'gnuplot', then 'help plotting' and 'help plot' to get started.
Jan 09 2007
parent reply Hasan Aljudy <hasan.aljudy gmail.com> writes:
gareis wrote:
 Hasan Aljudy wrote:
 I think there's a tool on linux called gplot? 

Gnuplot. It's rather simple (but not terribly easy) to use and has a very good help system. Just go to a terminal, type 'gnuplot', then 'help plotting' and 'help plot' to get started.

I mentioned it because I remember using it for an assignment in some course. Our usage of it required us to plot a typical x-y graph, the text file looked something like this: x y x y x y x y x y x y x y
Jan 09 2007
parent "nobody_" <spam spam.spam> writes:
This is exactly what I need to do, but how interactive(mouse zoom etc.) are 
these graphs?
I need to decide whether I'll use D or Matlab for transforming/plotting my 
data.
There are some really nice toolboxes for Matlab for generating graphs.

 I mentioned it because I remember using it for an assignment in some 
 course. Our usage of it required us to plot a typical x-y graph, the text 
 file looked something like this:

 x  y
 x  y
 x  y
 x  y
 x  y
 x  y
 x  y 

Jan 10 2007