Is there any plot digitizer usable in Excel?

I really can't help you with Rox, as I have never used it nor read the documentation.It would be simple to do as a bash script, especially if you have bash-completion installed.#!/bin/bash

xr="set xrange [-10,10]"
yr="set xrange [-10,10]"
tsize="set term wxt size 11,11"
plot1="plot \"$1\" using 1:2"
plot2="plot \"$2\" using 1:2

Hi,

I'm trying to generate a cdf graph using gnuplot's smooth cumulative function.

Here is the input file

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34.3
19.2
20.7
28.3
32.5
21
37.6
48.8
44.2
18.1
29.2
20.4
34.4
26.5
43.6
and here is the script that I am using

Code:
set terminal postscript 24 "Times-Roman"
set size 1,1
set output 'plot.eps';

cnt1=`grep -c '' complete_a.txt`

Hi,
I am making a shell script in bash which uses gnuplot to plot the number of road accidents on a certain day, on a certain month. I believe I have the data correct.

If you tell gnuplot to plot those numbers as simple lines they'll continuously overlap, making hard to see quickly which is higher in each moment, or how they all add up. I find that stacked filled graphs like the one here are much easier to understand, but I couldn't find how to do them with Gnuplot. Until now that is.

Hi,

I am starting to use R to create data plots using the ggplot2 package rather than the standard plot function that comes with R.

I am using the following Gnuplot script :

##### Definitions ####
a=0.3
s0=10.
s1=-9.999
r1u(x)=-exp(x)*(-1+a+a*exp(x))/((1+exp(x))**3)
r2u(x)=exp(x)*(1-exp(x))*(-1+a+a*exp(x))/((1+exp(x))**4)
f1(c,d)=s0*c*(1-2*a)/2. + s1*r1u(d)
f2(c,d)=1./(3.*c) - s0*c/6.

Hi!

Let's say I have these two columns in file.txt

Code:
0 1
1 5
2 10
3 15
4 20
5 25
in gnuplot, i would plot using
Code:
plot 'file.txt' u 1:2
If I wanted to add a label to the y-axis I would use
Code:
set label "Ef" at 0.0,7.0
However, I want the label Ef to be on the otherside of the y-axis. Not on the graphing area. How may I do this? Thanks

I'm having troubles with some charts I'm creating using Excel. Some of the values I'm plotting are too big (2^64) to be labeled in the axis. Due this, Excel automatically put them in scientific notation. What I should do is to use "labels" for all the numeric values in the axis.