[time-nuts] Thunderbolt Data Plotting

time at johnea.net time at johnea.net
Fri Jul 11 13:20:54 EDT 2008


I used a package recently called ploticus:

http://ploticus.sourceforge.net/doc/welcome.html

It has some builtin "prefabs" for doing date/time based plots that made it pretty easy to use.

GnuPlot is the granddaddy of all plotting packages. I'm sure it could do the job.

johnea

On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 06:22:24AM -0700, Tom Clifton wrote:
> Well - I have lots and lots of raw numbers, and no really good way of plottinng it. I'm hardly a linux guru, but would gnuplot be a suitable tool for graphing  data like the snipper below?
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> 374741 -0.5 0.00 0.7314587 32.10 0 130 18.2 158 4.0 12 1.8 132 3.2 157 9.0 152 5.8 138 12.0 133 6.2 
> 374742 -0.4 0.00 0.7314491 32.10 0 130 18.0 158 4.4 12 1.8 132 3.4 157 9.0 152 5.8 138 12.0 133 6.4 
> 374743 -0.3 0.00 0.7314491 32.10 0 130 18.2 158 4.4 12 1.8 132 3.4 157 9.2 152 5.8 138 12.2 133 6.2 
> 374744 -0.2 0.01 0.7314491 32.10 0 130 18.0 158 4.6 12 1.8 132 3.4 157 9.2 152 5.8 138 12.0 133 6.0 
> 374745 -0.2 0.02 0.7314491 32.10 0 130 18.0 158 4.8 12 1.8 132 3.2 157 9.2 152 5.6 138 12.2 133 6.2 
> 374746 -0.1 -0.01 0.7314491 32.10 0 130 17.8 158 4.8 12 1.8 132 3.6 157 9.2 152 5.6 138 11.8 133 6.2 
> 374747 0.0 0.01 0.7314491 32.10 0 130 17.4 158 4.8 12 1.8 132 3.4 157 9.4 152 5.8 138 12.2 133 6.6 
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