plot(++Data)- Plot the given data using default options
plot(++Data, +Options)- Plots the given data using the given options
plot(++Data, +Options, +OutputFile)- Plots the given data to a file.
plot(++Data, +Options, +Format, +OutputFile)- Plots the given data to a file in the given format.

This library provides an interface to the function and data plotting program - gnuplot.

The gnuplot program is available for most platforms and can be downloaded from http://www.gnuplot.info/. This version of lib(gnuplot) officially supports gnuplot version 3.7 and higher though it may work with earlier versions as well.

The executable `gnuplot`

on Unices, and
`pgnuplot.exe`

on Windows must be installed on the default
path, or be present in the current working directory.
NOTE: On Windows it is NOT sufficient to simply have the
`gnuplot.exe`

or `wgnuplot.exe`

, you must have the
`pgnuplot.exe`

as well.

See the various `plot`

predicates for further example usage.

For a complete description of the avilable options we refer the user to the excellent documentation which accompanies gnuplot. Most features have an obvious analogue in this library.

Syntax note: wherever gnuplot expects a string as an option value, use a double-quoted ECLiPSe string - unquoted or single-quoted atoms will not work!.

:-lib(gnuplot). sample:- % x-y pairs with 'points' A=[1-3,5-2,9-2,8-2,5-7], plot(A, [with:points]), % y values with large 'smooth' lines and points B=[1,2,3,4,8,9,4,2,4,6], plot(B, [smooth: csplines, with:linespoints, pointsize:3]), % multiple y values in nested lists with lines, boxes and titles C=[[1,2,4,9,18,27,3],[1,4,16,36,25,16,9]], plot(C, [with:[lines, boxes], title:['data 1', 'data 2']]), % multiple y values in an array, in a certain range, with impulses of % different widths D=[]([](1,2,4,6,7,8,9),[](1,4,16,36,49,64,81)), plot(D, [ranges:(3:6), with:impulses, linewidth:[8,2]]), % multiple t-r pairs, in polar coordinates with a grid and lines E=[[1-3,5-2,9-2,8-2,5-7], [1-2,5-4,8-6,9-1,12-4]], plot(E,[set:[polar, grid=polar], with:lines]), % compute sin and cos and tan points (for(I, 0, 314), foreach(R-X,SinPoints), foreach(R-Y,CosPoints), foreach(R-Z,TanPoints) do R is I / 100, X is sin(R), Y is cos(R), Z is tan(R) ), % plot sin and cos on a polar plot plot([SinPoints, CosPoints], [set:[polar, grid=polar], with:linespoints, title:["sin", "cos"]]), % plot sin, cos and tan on a logarithmic polar plot plot([SinPoints, CosPoints, TanPoints], [set:[polar, grid=polar,logscale=xy], with:linespoints, title:["sin", "cos", "tan"]]), % a(x,y,error) = x-y data with error values for the y values F=[a(1,1,0.1),a(2,2,0.1),a(5,3,0.5),a(6,2,0.5), a(7,3,0.5)], plot(F, [ranges:[ 0:8, 0:6], with:boxes]), plot(F, [ranges:[ 0:8, 0:6], with:errorbars]), plot(F, [ranges:[ 0:8, 0:6], with:boxerrorbars]), % a(x,y,error) = x-y data with error values for the y values % and a gap between x=2 and x=5 G=[a(1,1,0.1),a(2,2,0.1),-,a(5,3,0.5),a(6,2,0.5), a(7,3,0.5)], plot(G, [ranges:[ 0:8, 0:6], with:boxes]), plot(G, [ranges:[ 0:8, 0:6], with:errorbars]), plot(G, [ranges:[ 0:8, 0:6], with:boxerrorbars]).

**Author:**Andrew J Sadler, IC-Parc**Date:**$Id: gnuplot.ecl,v 1.4 2009/07/17 15:51:33 kish_shen Exp $

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