- eBook:Gnuplot in Action: Understanding Data with Graphs
- Author:Philipp K. Janert
- Edition:2 edition
- Data:April 10, 2016
- Pages:400 pages
About the Technology
Gnuplot is an open-source graphics program that helps you analyze, interpret, and present numerical data. Available for Unix, Mac, and Windows, it is well-maintained, mature, and totally free.
About the Book
Gnuplot in Action, Second Edition is a major revision of this authoritative guide for developers, engineers, and scientists. The book starts with a tutorial introduction, followed by a systematic overview of gnuplot's core features and full coverage of gnuplot's advanced capabilities. Experienced readers will appreciate the discussion of gnuplot 5's features, including new plot types, improved text and color handling, and support for interactive, web-based display formats. The book concludes with chapters on graphical effects and general techniques for understanding data with graphs. It includes four pages of color illustrations. 3D graphics, false-color plots, heatmaps, and multivariate visualizations are covered in chapter-length appendixes available in the eBook.
- Creating different types of graphs in detail
- Animations, scripting, batch operations
- Extensive discussion of terminals
- Updated to cover gnuplot version 5
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