Gnuplot-Script

Enter your gnuplot script (Tutorial) here:

Options

plot style
size
terminal

External data

Filename: ExtData5

Filename: ExtData1

Filename: ExtData8

Filename: ExtData3

Filename: ExtData9

Filename: ExtData2

Filename: ExtData7

Filename: ExtData4

Filename: ExtData6

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Gnuplot-Output


Gnuplot-Script

set term pngcairo size 800,600 transparent nocrop enhanced font 'Verdana,11'#define axis
set style line 11 lc rgb '#808080' lt 1
set border 3 back ls 11
set tics nomirror

#define key
set key opaque

# define grid
set style line 12 lc rgb '#808080' lt 0 lw 1
set grid back ls 12

# define linecolors
set style line 1 lc rgb '#0060ad' pt 2 ps 1 lt 1 lw 2 # --- blue
set style line 2 lc rgb '#8b1a0e' pt 1 ps 1 lt 1 lw 2 # --- red
set style line 3 lc rgb '#5e9c36' pt 6 ps 1 lt 1 lw 2 # --- green

set samples 300
#Start of user script
#---------------------
ExtData5 = 'ExtData5'
ExtData1 = 'ExtData1'
ExtData8 = 'ExtData8'
ExtData3 = 'ExtData3'
ExtData9 = 'ExtData9'
ExtData2 = 'ExtData2'
ExtData7 = 'ExtData7'
ExtData4 = 'ExtData4'
ExtData6 = 'ExtData6'
set output 'Plot1.png'

unset key
set xtics 1
set ytics 1
set size ratio -1 
plot ExtData1 with linespoints linestyle 1, ExtData2 with linespoints ls -1,  ExtData3 with linespoints ls -1, ExtData4 with linespoints ls -1,ExtData5 with linespoints ls -1, ExtData6 with linespoints ls -1, ExtData7 with linespoints ls -1, ExtData8 with linespoints ls -1, ExtData9 with linespoints ls -1

reset;