Plotting in gnuplot


by Pessoa
Tags: gnuplot, plotting
Pessoa
#1
Dec2-06, 07:13 AM
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I want to plot in gnuplot the function , with the range being:



0<z<3
-5<x<5
-5<y<5

What is the command?

Thanks in advance, fellows.
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neutrino
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#2
Dec2-06, 08:02 AM
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I think it is the set range command. I'm not sure of the syntax, but it's something like set xrange [-5:5]. You might want to check that in the help file.
jpr0
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#3
Dec2-06, 12:15 PM
P: 147
set xrange[-5:5]
set yrange[-5:5]
set zrange[0:3]
splot -x*x/8.0 - y*y/8.0 + 2


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