April 27th, 2010 | 30 Comments
As a physicist I’m using gnuplot since the early days of my studies. I’m a big fan of terrific looking plots and that’s why I have spent a lot of time working with gnuplot. I hope you will also enjoy plotting with it.
If you have any suggestions or wishes, please feel free to contact me.
For learning gnuplot you can have a look under the “Gnuplot basics” menu item. There I discuss briefly the plotting of data from files or from functions. In addition, the handling of the most common output formats of gnuplot are considered. For me personally the nice Not so Frequently Asked Questions site was very helpful for getting started with gnuplot.
Note that all the plots on this site were done under Linux. The used gnuplot version is indicated for every figure in its corresponding *.gnu file or 4.4 if not indicated.